Decades of Language Experience
With over 25 years of experience, LTC has worked with businesses and organizations of all kinds to bridge the communications gap. With leadership from founder and CEO, Martin George, we have built unique and effective methodologies to provide language services to some of the largest businesses in the world, as well as smaller and more locally oriented organizations. No matter your size or scope, we can help connect your business to the world.
The professionalism, communication, flexibility, and personal values of the LTC staff are exceptional!
Medical, Pharmaceutical, and Biotech
LTC has a long history of working with businesses and organizations in specialized fields like medicine, as well as pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. We’ve worked with major national pharmaceutical and medical companies as well as major hospitals and healthcare networks throughout the US.
Government and Education
In addition to for-profit businesses, LTC also works with national and local governmental organizations, including schools. We’ve partnered with a number of public and private school systems in central Indiana. LTC also has an ongoing relationship with the United States federal and state government entities ranging from military to public service organizations.
As American sports leagues and teams grow more and more international in makeup, language differences can become an issue. LTC has worked with a number of leagues and teams to help smooth the transition, through providing translators and other services. We’ve worked with Major League Baseball teams and also partnered with organizations like the LPGA, WWE and NCAA, leagues like the NBA, and even apparel companies such as Reebok.
Large businesses don’t have the luxury of staying at home. Globalization is simply a fact of life in the 21st century, and to succeed on a large scale a business has to function in many countries, cultures – and languages. LTC has worked with a number of major multinational businesses to solve language issues and bridge the communication gap worldwide.