Apart from their actual translation activity, freelance translators need to take care of various issues in order to get successfully positioned on the market. This includes ongoing training, costing, and customer acquisition. All of this can be a great challenge, especially at the beginning of the career.
To gain insight into the work of a freelance translator and to get answers to questions that arise while setting up the business, we interviewed Sarah Elipot. She has been a freelance translator for four years. Previously, she had worked as a project manager for a renowned language service provider for two years.