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Wolfestone announce creation of new jobs in Swansea.

Wolfestone has announced its plans to expand its operations team at its UK headquarters in Swansea city centre, with at least four new hires in the next two months.
Wolfestone vacancies Multi award winning translation company Wolfestone has announced its plans to expand its operations team at its UK headquarters in Swansea city centre, with at least four new hires in the next two months. The company which has been recently recognised as an Exemplar Employer by Chwarae Teg and Best Employer by GO Wales is on the lookout for new team members to continue its drive for growth. In response to high global demand for linguistic services such as translation, voiceovers and multilingual SEO, Wolfestone has restructured its operations team to specialise in specific areas. The move means clients such as those with marketing projects and technical documents will get a dedicated team working on their project. The move sees the creation of 3 new roles within its project management department, 1 new role for a product marketing executive and plans for a further new role to be created in its HR and vendor management team. The new jobs are good news for the South Wales area, and show the benefits that SMEs contribute to the economy. The ambitious organisation, which picked up the Fast Growth 50 Sustainable Growth award last year, is expecting to break its revenue records this year. Anna Bastek, Co-CEO of Wolfestone said: “We’re thrilled with the success we have had in the last year. We have made some big investments in new staff and new technology and we are already reaping the rewards, it’s great news for the Welsh economy.” The company plans to put the structure in place by September.

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