Wolfestone Translation, the market-leading language translation company offering translation and voiceover services across all languages, has been shortlisted for four awards at the Chamber of Commerce Awards.
The company is nominated for four awards, the first ever company to achieve this feat – Most Promising Growth Business, Award for Skills & People Development, Entrepreneur of the Year for Roy Allkin, and the prestigious Welsh Company of the Year Award. The ceremony on Wednesday 1st February will be hosted by ITV and Sky News’ broadcaster Mai Davies at City Hall Cardiff. The event is sponsored by the University of Glamorgan Business School.
This latest success comes after five years of phenomenal growth, with an increase in turnover of 1200%. Wolfestone is officially one of the 20 fastest-growing companies in Wales, and with the support of the Welsh Assembly Government the company has invested over £100,000 in staff training and development over the last year.
Co-founder and Managing Director Anna Bastek is proud of Wolfestone’s progress.
”We’ve been winners and finalists in over 20 business award categories over the past four years. Every day, with every task, we have one simple rule. Always try to do our best for our clients. It’s gratifying to receive recognition for these efforts. I don’t believe in short cuts to success. If you want a great business, you need to work hard at being a great employer, a great innovator and above all at providing a great service.
This ongoing commitment to the highest quality of language translation service has won the loyalty of prestigious clients across many industries. We’d love to win more awards on February 1st, but every time a client tells us they are delighted with our service and will definitely come to us again, that’s a victory”.