Posted on July 2, 2013
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As a young, dynamic team turning out work we can be proud of, we’re not media-shy here at Nova.
So far we have had our name splashed across the pages of a Le Monde bilingual supplement and our faces on the Gala 2012 site, our fearless leader has appeared in Irish business magazine Women Mean Business, and the company is profiled on business incubation centre The Rubicon‘s website.
For more information on any of the features mentioned above (and the many more to come), please see the links below:
Women Mean Business [1.75MB]
Case Study on Rubicon website
One of our most high-profile assignments to date, over the summer we were asked to provide the English translations for a series of French articles to be published in the Le Monde newspaper for the London Olympics. The supplement was published on the weekend of July 28th and feedback to date has been nothing short of fantastic. Kudos to all involved!
Nova word of the week:
Did you know that the term “concertina” can be used as a verb and a noun?
Nova expression of the week:
“Soft day, thank God”.
Irish idiom reflecting the inane optimism of the Irish in which torrential downpours of rain are viewed as being soft and light and really quite pleasant actually…