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Multimillion pound Welsh translation firm moves to Urban Village

Multi-award winning translation company Wolfestone is moving its headquarters from 57 Walter Road, where it has been situated since 2010, to new offices on 220 High Street in Swansea later this month.
[su_column="1/2"]Photos of Urban village development project[/su_column] Multi-award winning translation company Wolfestone is moving its headquarters from 57 Walter Road, where it has been situated since 2010, to new offices on 220 High Street in Swansea later this month.

Benefit from ease of access

Wolfestone, which recently celebrated its 10th year in business with a gala dinner at the Swansea Marriot, is relocating to bigger premises on the 28th November. With other locations around the world, the Welsh company is keeping its headquarters in Swansea and is moving to the city’s vibrant Urban Village. Regarding the move to the Urban Village development, Co-Founder Roy Allkin said: “It is with huge excitement we move to our new premises. Not only to be a part of the High Street renovation, but to utilise its ease of access to vital transport systems and local amenities to allow Wolfestone the space needed to further grow.” The relocation comes as a result of the company’s on-going growth since its beginnings in 2006, with the company now employing over 30 people and offering a dedicated multimedia service through its sister company, VoiceBox. The company has also seen a big increase in its number of clients, including major players like the NHS, Welsh Government and FIFA. Anna Bastek, Co-Founder of Wolfestone, comments: “2016 is an exciting year for us as we reached our 10-year anniversary milestone. Right now, though, we want to focus on a new location that gives us the room to keep growing, participating in a local community rejuvenation and having all the bonuses of a beautiful new office with plenty of advantages that come with a city centre space.”

More space, more light

The company, which started out with small certificate translations in 2006, has grown into the biggest translation company in Wales, one of the five fastest growing translation businesses in the UK and the 25th largest translation company in Northern Europe. Relocating its offices to larger premises means that the company can now progress with its positive business plans for future growth and development. Managing Director, Alex Parr comments: “Our offices on Walter Road are simply too small for us and we’ve decided it’s the right time to relocate. The premises on High Street offer an ideal location to meet with our clients. Our new spacious, open-plan office provides us with the opportunity to further develop our services and grow our customer base." Find Wolfestone and its sister company, VoiceBox at 220 High Street, SA1 1NW, Swansea, from 28th of November. Swansea Urban Village

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