Partnership of equals - our network of partners
Robust networks and partnerships of equals facilitate day-to-day business and help us – as a highly specialised provider of technical translations – to view the bigger picture in contact with other companies. What technical, regulatory and economic trends are changing business? What challenges will our customers be faced with? Which new developments harbour potential for optimisation and strengthen not only us, but also our customers?
We actively seek solutions to these questions for our customers and, in order to achieve this, we strive for an active exchange of experiences in different networks and as a member of important associations.
Japanese-German Business Association (DJW)
The association was founded in 1986, two years after the German Trade Fair took place in Tokyo. It was initiated by leading, Germany-based industrial enterprises with experience in the Japanese culture. Ever since its foundation, the Association has served as a platform for exchanging information and discussing questions concerning German-Japanese relations. The DJW’s primary objective is to promote bilateral business relations.
German Association for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (BVMW)
As one of the largest organisations of the small to medium-sized German businesses, the BVMW represents the interests of its 50,000 mostly small and medium-sized member companies as well as freelancers from all economic sectors.
Association for Technical Communication – tekom Deutschland e. V.
The tekom is Europe’s largest professional association for technical communication. It serves as a platform for exchanging information and experience, promotes the initial and further training and the professional development of its members, who are mainly technical editors, technical illustrators or technical translators.
The tekom currently has around 8,000 individual members and more than 700 corporate members from all economic sectors in several European countries.
Metal and Mechanical Engineering Network MEMA
Founded as a local network of the Emsland economy in 2004, the organisation meanwhile boasts more than 1,200 companies from the value chain of metal and mechanical engineering. Its members are also located beyond the borders of the Emsland region, for example in the East Frisian counties and the county of Bentheim.