POLISH ASSOCIATION OF TRANSLATION COMPANIES
The Polish Association of Translation Companies (PSBT) was established in 2001 and celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2011.
The PSBT is the only industry organisation representing professional translation and localisation service providers in Poland.
The PSBT’s main goals are: representation of Polish translation and localisation service providers, promotion of industry best practice, quality standards and services offered by member companies, educational and training activities, networking and exchange of know-how, development of professional, high-quality translation and localization services, enhancing the image and prestige of the whole industry, and professional service providers in particular.
PSBT is member of the following international organisations: EUATC, OASIS & ISTC.
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