PAB Translation Centre in Boston has been crowned the winner of our Local Business Accelerators initiative.
Since October, the Boston Standard has been searching for fledgling firms which we could help take the next step towards business success by offering a substantial amount of free advertising in our newspaper.
The winner also gets free help and mentoring from experts in the business field – Andy Pottle, manager of Pescod Square, Peter Jullien, economic development manager at Boston Borough Council, and Niall Armstrong, manager of Boston BID.
And as well as all this, PAB Translation Centre in Wide Bargate, will also be put forward with other winners from across the country in a bid to win the support of Dragons’ Den star Deborah Meaden.
Speaking about the company’s success, general manager Dawn Crossingham said: “We are absolutely thrilled. It’s very important to us to receive this fantastic support.
“We are particularly excited to have The Standard’s advertising support as we are looking to increase public knowledge of the services we offer, both locally and in the surrounding areas.”
The company offers translation, interpretation, transcription and tuition in more than 200 languages.
They offer bespoke services for businesses in a variety of fields – from agriculture and horticulture, to solicitors, colleges and the NHS.
“Enhancing communication and removing language barriers is an important part of what we do,” added Dawn. “Manufacturers are probably the key business sector in this respect as it can greatly enhance their international and transatlantic trade.”