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Wolfestone Break Quarter Record Sales

Swansea, United Kingdom (18 May, 2011) - Wolfestone, a leading language translation company offering translation services across all languages, recently secured several large contracts which has allowed them to break previous records of sales for the last quarter.

Wolfestone, the largest translation company in Wales, can provide a variety of international translation services, such as website translations, technical translations and proofreading services. This multi-award winning company is committed to delivering high quality translations at a competitive price, so their customers are sure to receive an accurate and professional translation.

Wolfestone recently announced that they have secured several major contracts which resulted in the company achieving record breaking sales for the previous quarter. As a result, Wolfestone will now be increasing their staff by 20%, and are currently looking for project managers, sound engineers, voiceover artists, sales representatives and additional linguists.

Wolfestone Director, Anna Bastek commented: "Here at Wolfestone we are delighted to have secured a large number of contracts in a competitive bidding war with some of the most popular translation companies in the industry. To celebrate the success with our hardworking and talented staff, we have recently rewarded them with a 50% bonus on top of their usual salaries and are currently organising a team building weekend to encourage morale. We would like to thank all of our dedicated staff for their commitment during the previous quarter and are pleased to announce that we are already ahead of our financial target for 2011."

For more information on Wolfestone and their language translations, visit their website at http://www.wolfestone.co.uk/ or telephone 0845 000 0083.

About Wolfestone:
Founded by two entrepreneurs from Wales and Poland, Wolfestone is a language services company with the aim of becoming one of the top, most reliable language services provider to the media and also the private and public sector. They provide language translation to and from English, and employ highly skilled, professional translators who are proficient in over seventy different languages and dialects, including French, German, Polish, and Chinese, to name but a few.

Contact:
Anna Bastek
Wolfestone Translation Ltd.
The Language Centre
57 Walter Road
Swansea, SA1 5PZ
United Kingdom
Tel: 0845 000 0083
Email: sales@wolfestone.co.uk

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