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Lloyd Bingham - MITI


Lloyd Bingham MITI is a translator working from French, German, Spanish, Dutch and Catalan into English. He now runs Capital Translations in Cardiff, having first worked as an in-house translator and senior translator, managing an in-house translation team in the north-east of England.

His engagement in the freelance translation community and in-house experience equip him with the knowledge to advise those seeking to enter translation as a profession on building their professional network.
Lloyd delivers presentations on successful Twitter practices for translators and interpreters and co-runs Tweet Out West, organising tweet-ups for industry professionals in the west and south of the UK. Lloyd is a qualified member of ITI and a committee member of ITI Cymru Wales.

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