And we're still in shock! Common Sense Advisory, an independent American organization, just published the results of a survey reporting ZELENKA’s steep climb to 6th position. It was just a few short years ago, at the end of 2013 to be exact, that we were ranked 19th in the same survey.
This is extremely exciting news for everyone involved. Our primary focus at ZELENKA has always been on building and strengthening relationships with clients, colleagues, and vendors. These amazing people are crucial for the work we love to do and we’re thankful every contribution they make in helping make our vision so successful. We would never have made it this far without any of you. To our in-house staff (translators, graphic artists, photographers, filmmakers ...) and especially our longstanding clients and the mutually beneficial relationships that have blossomed over time—thank you!
We always aim high when providing top-level translation services. Beyond that, the value we place on honesty, fairness and empathy, both professionally and socially, are the bedrock that we have built our company on. Never losing sight of the importance of that 'human factor' is what has gotten us to where we are today.
And this ride is far from over! As we continue to put everything we've got into providing the highest-value translation services possible, putting on more interesting team-building events, and fostering even closer relationships, it's a true privilege and pleasure to have you with us!
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