Introduction

We are a translation and interpreting company based in the heart of Oxford. It’s a beautiful place to be, surrounded by University buildings and hundreds of years of history.

We’ve been going for nearly 25 years now, starting out as The Japanese Connection, and only dealing with Japanese translation and interpreting. Soon, our business grew, and we started to take on more and more languages; now, we can boast specialist linguists in over 180 languages and dialects!

As we started to expand the company, we became TJC Global, and last year, we created our new website, www.tjc-oxford.com. We’ve been very busy trying to set the new site up, whilst also maintaining our other websites (www.tjc-global.com and www.japanco.co.uk) while TJC-Oxford.com comes up to speed.

For the last couple of months, we’ve been working hard, putting new content onto our website. One new feature of the new website is our articles page; our staff have got lots of interests outside translation, and they’ve been writing articles around current news items on anything from new HIV vaccines to winning the Ashes this summer. You can check out our articles here. We also have a section called Doing Business Worldwide; if you’re planning on expanding your business internationally, or even if you’re just going on holiday (lucky you), have a look at the articles to brush up on your cultural awareness and avoid etiquette faux-pas.

Over the next few months, we’ll be blogging about loads of interesting stuff; discussing translation and interpreting news and issues, or just talking about what’s going on in the world. In the meantime, if you want more information, please see our website www.tjc-oxford.com or email us.

Until next time!

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