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On 25/08/2012 our assisted racing teams took part in competition in Lithuania, Utena. Uldis Kalejs (Hieroglifs RC Team) was proud of his 4th place while due to technical problems Kaspars T., Raitis A. (RC Tiger Team) and Egons J. (Hieroglifs RC Team) got 6th, 7th and 13th place.
Teams were sent for learning and improving purposes and we are glad that young sportists are pushing themselves to go higher to obtain new levels of success.
Best wishes for you guys in next competitions from Hieroglifs Translations
Hieroglifs Translations already have informed of different events we have taken part. This year our team supports also athletes and young sportists, mainly, a racing team „Hieroglifs RC Team” and ‘’Baja 5b – RC Tiger’’. Why? Because we like to think of sports as business. Athletes are always pushing themselves to go higher and obtain new levels of success.
‘’Baja 5b – RC Tiger’’ team consists of 2 drivers – Raitis Amatnieks and Kaspars Triskins and „Hieroglifs RC Team” consists of 2 drivers – Uldis Kalējs and Egons participates in the competitions of Latvian Amateur Cup 2012 in 1/5 Open group in Latvia. After 4 competitions that have taken part this year both teams have shown good results.
For learning and improving purposes the team was sent to competition in Estonia, Tartu 05.05.2012 and Lithuania, Utena 30.06.2012. In competition in Estonia „Hieroglifs RC Team”got the 3 rd place, unfortunately „Baja 5b – RC Tiger”team were not successful in Lithuanian competition as due to technical problems the cars stopped working and the 3rd qualification drive was the last one.
We cross fingers for the next competitions – good luck guys!!!
For more information regarding Latvian Amateur Cup 2012 visit www.baja5b.lv
Hieroglifs Translations Romania is delighted to announce they have joined thePolicyCenterfor Roma and Minorities charity. Gianluca Falco – the Director of Hieroglifs Translations Romania – hopes that his actions will inspire others who want to help poor children in this way.
Gianluca has learned many skills from his time spent playing basketball. He started at age ten and eight years later he was playing in the Italian minors leagues. But it is not the professional achievements he managed to gain that mean so much. It is the personal achievements – the ability to learn how to be part of a team, how to face problems together, how to help each other and how to respect those who are playing against you. These are the skills Gianluca wants to teach the children he’ll be meeting as part of this essential charity work. They are also essential life skills, as well as skills that will help those who want to play basketball.
Gianluca also wants to encourage others to get involved with the charity. It’s a good idea to think about where you can help kids as well as how. Getting the kids off the street and giving them enjoyment in sport as well as teaching them these skills is essential. Above all, they’ll be able to play with a ball in a nice place, with good conditions that previously they only dreamed about.
If you want to help you’ll be wondering how you can do this, even if you cannot find the time to help them in a more direct way through sports training. You can donate equipment like shorts, t-shirts, shoes, balls and basket hoops at different heights for different ages. Even if you think you’d throw your own shoes out, you can donate them to thePolicyCenterfor Roma and Minorities charity.
February 2012 brings yet another milestone to Hieroglifs Translations: It's Hieroglifs Translations Romania's 4th birthday!
In just four years, Hieroglifs Translations Romania has become one of the leading translation and interpreting service providers. Our success is due in large part to our core values:
- An emphasis on quality
- A commitment to delivering professional service
- A strong team consisting of professional project managers and translators with years of experience
Reflecting on last year's accomplishments, Hieroglifs Translations has had a successful year. We have partnered with other translation agencies and have welcomed new clients from other industries such as: FMR Global Health, TJ Taylor, Kepro, Luigi Genta, and many others. Last year we joined and actively participated in highly regarded associations including ELIA and ConfindustriaRomania. These associations have led to other exciting opportunities such as participating in seminars as a translation service sponsor.
At the birthday celebration, Hieroglifs Translations Romania examined its successes and raised a few questions concerning its future. HieroglifsRomania's director, Gianluca Falco, delivered the introductory speech covering the company's achievements and development plans as well as thanked all staff members for their contributions. On that note, workers were invited to share their ideas regarding management, new professional translator searches, innovations, and customer service. Gianluca Falco reiterated that Hieroglifs Romania will continue to invest in training and is committed to staying ahead of other agencies with its professionalism.
Prices for translation services were also discussed. Competitive prices helped to attract new clients in 2011. As the overall economic situation in most countries continues to be challenging, it is vital to provide quality service at reasonable prices. Understanding this, Hieroglifs Translations Romania will remain competitively priced as well as provide additional value through personalized solutions for large projects.
Hieroglifs Translations Romania continuously examines its processes, improves them, and maintains high standards. Celebrating this 4th birthday brought all team members together to both celebrate success and look forward to the future. With 2012 ahead, the entire Hieroglifs Translations team understands the most important point of the evening: being able to satisfy the ever-changing needs of our clients.