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Greg Norman Champions Golf Academy Chooses wintranslation

 

Recently we have had the great pleasure of working with the Greg Norman Champions Golf Academy to translate international student recruitment campaigns into multiple languages. Yes, we’re talking about THE Greg Norman, the former No. 1 ranked Australian professional golfer. Our team was especially excited about this because our president, Huiping Iler, is a tennis champion and fanatic. I know what you’re thinking…didn’t I just say golf? What’s the link? Well, Greg Norman was married to the American tennis player Chris Evert who won 18 Grand Slam titles in her career.

All this to say, it’s been a real treat for our team to translate into Simplified Chinese (Chinese used in Mainland China and Singapore), German, Thai and Spanish over the last couple of months. We have quite a number of clients that are schools which recruit international students.  Often we are called upon to help build their web content and recruitment material into many languages. If the next golf superstar speaks any of those languages, you know who’s to thank… Ok we’re only kidding, though we really would be honoured to know we helped recruit the next Greg Norman!

 

Sheza Khurshid

Sheza Khurshid joined wintranslation in 2014 as Web Marketing Coordinator where she works on the company website, blog and manages wintranslation’s social media pages. Her work focuses on creating engaging and informative articles, newsletters, and other content for clients and those interested in learning about translation services and related topics. She works on maintaining wintranslation’s online presence through ongoing SEO campaigns, as well as through various outreach campaigns. Additionally, she works with clients to ensure they are satisfied with wintranslation’s services, and to see how to better serve current and future clients. Sheza is a graduate of the University of Windsor from which she holds a B.A. as well as an M.A. in Political Science with a focus on Media Studies and Communications.

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