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English to Igbo: Communication General field: Tech/Engineering Detailed field: Telecom(munications)
Source text - English Deltiology refers to the collection and study of postcards, usually as a hobby.
A statement issued by a governmental agency, a public body, an industrial firm or even an individual, meant to inform consumers about the safety or advisability of use of a certain product or service; coined after the term “travel advisory”.
Corporate propoganda can be for different purposes: 1) to manipulate market opinion to benefit product marketing and sales, 2) to divide public opinion about any controversial issues related to the company or business dealings
A department or function of a department, such as marketing, finance, or operations, that is responsible for dissiminating information to important constituencies
Corporate communication is also dedicated to corporate strategy execution and manages message-development for purposes within and outside the company
When a company or organization claims responsibility for a crisis and works to create prevention strategies to avoid having the crisis happen again
The topic or matter of discussion, debate or dispute between a company and a stakeholder group.
The process of managing the needs of a client or company, usually taken on by a communications expert/representative, marketing agency or supplier
Communication channels that are paid for; the most populat types are newspaper (print) and television
A change that is considered crucial and incremental to a company's existing strategies, routines and procedures
Political activism that targets specific organizations, industries or general issues related to corporations and/or capitalism.
Translation - Igbo Deltiology na-ezo aka mweta na ịmụ postkaadị, na-emekarị ka a na-enwe ntụrụndụ
A na nkwupụta nyere site a ọchịchị gị n'ụlọnga, a ọha ahụ, ihe ulo oru ike ma ọ bụ ọbụna onye, pụtara na-agwa eji ọkụ banyere nchekwa ma ọ bụ okwukwa ojiji nke a ụfọdụ ngwaahịa ma ọ bụ ọrụ; chepụtara mgbe okwu ahụ bụ "Njem odumudu".
ulooru okwu nduhie nwere ike ịbụ n'ihi dị iche iche: 1) ịgbanwe ahịa uche na-erite uru ngwaahịa ahịa na ahịa, 2) Iji n'etiti ọha na eze banyere ihe ọ bụla na-abuta esemokwu metụtara ụlọ ọrụ ma ọ bụ azụmahịa na-eme.
ngalaba ma ọ bụ ọrụ nke a ngalaba, dị ka ahịa, ego, ma ọ bụ arụmọrụ, na bụ maka iziga ozi ọmụma ndị dị mkpa n'otu.
ulooru nkwurịta okwu bụkwa raara onwe ya nye ụlọọrụ atụmatụ egbu na ejisie ozi-mmepe maka nzube n'ime ma n'èzí ụlọ ọrụ
Mgbe a ụlọ ọrụ ma ọ bụ nzukọ azọrọ ọrụ maka a nsogbu na-arụ ọrụ ike mgbochi azum zere inwe nsogbu eme ọzọ.
na isiokwu ma ọ bụ okwu nke ụka, arụmụka ma ọ bụ esemokwu n'etiti a ụlọ ọrụ na a stakeholder ìgwè.
Usoro nke ijikwa mkpa nke a ahịa ma ọ bụ ụlọ ọrụ, na-emekarị weere na site a nkwukọrịta ọkachamara / nnọchiteanya, ahịa gị n'ụlọnga ma ọ bụ soplaya
Nkwurịta Okwu ọwa na-akwụ ụgwọ maka; ndị kasị populat ụdị ndị akwụkwọ akụkọ (ebipụta) na ihe oyoyo.
mgbanwe nke a na-ewere oké mkpa na otuto ka a ụlọ ọrụ si ẹdude azum, eme na usoro.
Ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị di iche iche na zaa kpọmkwem òtù, ulo oruma ọ bụ n'ozuzu metụtara out jikoro onu na / ma ọ usoro aha efu
English to Igbo: English - igbo General field: Other Detailed field: Cooking / Culinary
Source text - English Food
Translation - Igbo Nri
Bachelor's degree - University of ibadan
Years of translation experience: 6. Registered at ProZ.com: Aug 2015. Became a member: Dec 2018.
My name is Blessing Uzuegbu, I am a professional Igbo Translator a 100% native Igbo speaker, Igbo being my mother tongue. I obtained my bachelor degree from University of Ibadan. I became a language service provider since June, 2015. I decided to go into language profession because of the passion I have for language and to help contribute my quota into bridging the language barrier over the world and to help preserve Igbo language from going into extinction through production of quality Igbo content translation to be used all over the world.
I have worked as a main resource for lots of multilingual vendors in US, Europe, Canada, Australia, Egypt, South African, Kenya, London etc as their service provider into Igbo language. I worked in varied field of expertise such as Legal, Education, Healthcare, Medical, Media, Marketing, business, Finances, Telecommunication etc.
My view about this work is to build a personal relationship with customers through commitment, dedication, passion and keen attention to details and fast turnover delivery which is key to becoming a successful translator.
If quality translation is paramount to you, do not hesitate to send an email to me for a collaboration. I look forward to working with you soon.
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Productivity: 1500-2000 words per day
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