We all agree that comfort and customer satisfaction are the top priority in the hospitality and catering sectors. But when does the client start to communicate with your hotel or restaurant?
The first point of contact is probably an introductory text, whether written on a platform or a website. This is when you start communicating with the client, and making them aware of all the services you can offer is crucial.
Communication should always be as fluid, friendly and simple as possible, beginning with a suitable translation into the target language. However, in order to stand out from the competition, not just any translation will do. How many times have you seen restaurant menus and accommodation descriptions translated using a free translation tool with laughable results? How long do you stay on a web page you can’t understand properly before clicking on the next search engine result?
If the customer feels that not enough has been invested in quality translations, they will not trust your product or service. Translation is especially important in the catering industry, where you can have problems with certain cultures and religions if you do not clearly indicate the ingredients of each dish.
That’s why turning to professional translators with experience in this sector is of the utmost importance if you want to make your product or service shine in other languages and be easy for your customers to understand. Our team at Tatutrad can help you achieve this goal. We work for the most important hotel chains in the world and have helped leading restaurants in Spain to reach foreign audiences thanks to a professional and quality translation service.
What can we help you with?
Translation of web pages
Translation of booking systems
Translation of catalogues
Translation of menus
Translation of promotional material and advertisements
Logistics support to assemble interpreting booths for conferences and events
Interpreting at organised events held at hotels
Subtitling and dubbing of promotional videos
Translation of communication with clients
Interpreting at meetings
Spanish (Latin America)