A translation business has expanded to the county’s capital following more than three years of success from it’s Wide Bargate base in Boston.
PAB Translation Centre, has opened a new office in Lincoln following increased demand from businesses in the county.
Business development manager Dawn Crossingham said: “Opening a new office in Lincoln has been a big step for us, but it is part of our bigger vision and it will ensure that we are best placed to supply a quality communication and translation service to clients in Lincoln and in the north of the county.
“By being physically closer to our customers we can offer a quicker service, and give them access to the right language tools to resolve any communication barriers they face ‘’
The business was started more than three years ago by director Iwona Lebiedowicz.
It offers translation, interpretaion and language tuition for businesses projects in the UK and those exporting to countries such as Lithuania, Russia, France and more.
The new centre was opened by Lincoln’s Deputy Mayor Coun Pat Vaughan and Deputy Mayoress Lorna Stow.
It was attended by more than 30 of the company’s Lincoln-based clients who will receive a free culture or language session - normally worth £20 a head.
Mrs Lebiedowicz said: “We wanted to thank them for their loyalty over the years.
“The move will help us improve the service we offer them, as well as introduce our team to new businesses in the city centre that are unaware of the services we offer to assist them.”