Pune: With International Translations Day just round the corner, BITS Private Limited, India’s largest Language Service Provider just added another feather to its cap at the Association of Translation Companies (ATC) 2016 Language Industry Summit Awards in London. SandeepNulkar,Chairman and Managing Director of BITS Private Limited, won an international award for his “Outstanding Contribution to the Language Industry”. Mr. Nulkar is the first Asian to win this honor from a pool of people from across the globe.He was conferred the award at the gala awards event held at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London.
Expressing his happiness on winning this coveted title, Mr Sandeep Nulkar said, “Winning this award is a testimony that the Indian language industry has come of age.Being part of such a huge forum puts us on a global platform where we can highlight our expertise, and the award is huge boost of morale, which also means to highlight that an Indian company can match steps with their global counterparts. It is an extremely proud moment for all of us and I am glad to be able to make my contribution to the Language Services Industry.”
Organized by the Association of Translation Companies, The Language Industry Summit Awards are designed to celebrate success in the sector with nominees being recognized for their commitment to excellence. More than 200 delegates from more than 35 countries attended the summit which also marked the ATC’s 40th anniversary. There were 5 award categories: Project Manager of the Year, Project Management Team of the Year, Translator/ Supplier of the Year, Sales person of the Year and Outstanding Contribution to the Language Industry.
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