My name is Pablo Bianculli. I am freelance translator offering efficient and customer-orientated translation services to translation agencies, companies and private persons.
I have studied Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Polish, among many others languages. Besides, one of my passions at the moment is Chinese language.
I attended Rosario National University, where I learned Latin and Greek, but I decided not to disregard modern civilization. So I started learning the romance languages, like French and Italian, as well as German and Danish. In 2012 I decided to broad my horizons by visiting People’s Republic of China, where I completed a translation and journalism internship at China Files, a Spanish language news portal.
In 2013 I come back to South America and I started working for Softonic S.L., a leader company in the software sale and distribution sector. In this company I translated into Castilian Spanish content on software, technology and mobile applications. The articles were written in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and even Polish.
Apart from being a competent translator, I am gifted writer. I have worked for many international companies which demanded a thorough rewriting and adaptation of the original contents to its new audience.
I am a person having a good direction of the responsibilities and mature; but above all, I am always searching for new challenges and ready to learn from new experiences.
Thank you very much for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you.
For over 10 years I have helped people solve their cross‐cultural communication problems with clients, users, shareholders and suppliers. In 2007 started as an English to Spanish translator to support company's foreign commerce operations. Now I offer business and commercial translation services from English, Italian and Chinese to Spanish.
I have a BA in Modern Languages and Business, a Graduate Diploma in Foreign Commerce and Customs Administration, and I am currently studying a Master Degree in Corporate Communications.