Translation In Athens
Need a translation in Athens? Bostico International USA has done work all over the United States, including Athens and covering all languages and services such as Spanish translations, French translations, German translations, Italian translations, and many more. We provide our service through an international network of professional translators to private individuals companies ranging from small businesses to corporate giants. Translation is our speciality and we are able to cover all services such as legal, medical, technical, financial, and more. We also provide website translation and software localization, as well as various other localization services. If you live or work in Athens, feel free to contact us to get a quote.
Athens's diverse economy is growing and an influx immigrants has made the need for accurate translations essential, now more than ever before. The international activity in Athens's has made it essential to keep your business flowing by translating documents, manuals, fliers adverts and other promotional material which will allow you to remain competitive. Our translators are all highly qualified and ensure that precision and competence are mandatory for all clients. Translation and translating is what we do best.
Bostico International has been providing translators and translation services to Athens for over 10 years. We know that quality translations done by a real person is essential to maintaining a professional business image. We guarantee all of our translatios and provide certification where needed and we offer the same level of service and attention to all of our customers.
When you order a Athens translator from Bostico, you are allocated with a dedicated project manager who deals with the local Athens area. This ensures a long lasting working relationship.
Athens-Clarke County is a consolidated city–county in U.S. state of Georgia, in the northeastern part of the state, comprising the former City of Athens proper (the county seat) and Clarke County. The University of Georgia is located in this college town and is responsible for the initial growth of the city. In 1991, after a vote the preceding year, the original city abandoned its charter in order to form a unified government with Clarke County, referred to collectively as Athens-Clarke County. As of the 2010 census, the consolidated city-county (including all of Athens-Clarke County except Winterville and a portion of Bogart) had a total population of 115,452. Athens-Clarke County is the fifth-largest city in Georgia and the principal city of the Athens-Clarke County, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had a population of 189,264 as of the 2008 Census Bureau estimate.
In the late 18th century, a trading settlement on the banks of the Oconee River called Cedar Shoals stood where Athens is located today. On January 27, 1785, the Georgia General Assembly granted a charter by Abraham Baldwin for the University of Georgia as the first state-supported university. Sixteen years later, in 1801, a committee from the university's board of trustees selected a site for the university on a hill above Cedar Shoals in what was then Jackson County. On July 25, John Milledge, one of the trustees and later governor of Georgia, bought 633 acres (2.6 km˛) from Daniel Easley and donated it to the university. Milledge named the surrounding area Athens after the city that was home to the academy of Plato and Aristotle in Greece.