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Is your business ready to conquer the Italian market?

Show your best look to your international clients. 
Enhance your visibility and credibility with compelling Italian texts.

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Is marketing your products or services to the Italian market a part of your business plan?

Communicating with your target clients in Italy is a lot easier with a native Italian translator at your side.

When translating your marketing content, I will make sure to adopt the appropriate style, register and tone of voice, which all contribute to conveying your brand identity in Italian.


For some types of texts, or part of them, marketing translation is not enough to get to your audience’s heart.

The content not only needs to be translated, but it also needs to be adapted to your clients’ culture in order to meet their expectations and elicit the same reaction.

In this case, we talk about transcreation. As the name suggests, it’s a more creative process: I will transcreate the text with the aim of recreating the same effect as the original on the target audience. The result will sound as if it were written for your Italian target audience in their native language – it will be as persuasive, compelling and clever as the original, but not necessarily using the same words.

This is why an Italian transcreator needs to have both translating and copywriting skills.

Entrusting a professional Italian translator with your documents is the best way to ensure they are translated accurately and thoroughly.

I will respect the purpose and register of the originals, adopting the precise terminology they need.

In order to achieve the best quality standards, I can use an up-to-date CAT tool, which is a software that ensures you will obtain a flawless translation respecting terminology consistency, even across documents and future projects. I don’t only rely on the software though, and I will double-check the whole Italian translation personally before submitting it to you.

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If your text has already been written or translated into Italian (by a human translator, not a software), I can assist you by proofreading or editing it. Proofreading means that I will read it entirely and thoroughly to spot spelling mistakes, inconsistencies, mistranslations etc. Editing, on the other side, might include rephrasing and rewriting parts of the text and making more substantial changes, if needed.

I offer monolingual and bilingual review services.


Machine Translation Post-Editing, or MTPE, refers to the human intervention on a text pre-translated by a translation software. It allows you to reduce both the time and the cost of the translation service but it cannot be applied to every type of document. I recommend this service for long and repetitive technical texts only, such as patents and user manuals.


I’m also trained to subtitle your audiovisual content. If you have a video that needs to reach an Italian audience, I can help you create effective subtitles. In the past, I have subtitled both long audiovisual documents, such as films, and shorter ones, such as corporate videos and product presentations. I have worked as a Subtitle Coordinator for the Lucca Film Festival 2022.

I can help you with Italian translations for the following industries

Travel & Tourism

Brochures and flyers, website content, itineraries and tourist attraction descriptions, newsletters, social media posts, promotional materials, blog posts, etc.

Arts & Culture

Show synopsis, technical requirements/specifications, artists’ CVs, calls for projects dossiers, theatre programmes/booklets, press releases, articles for specialised magazines, etc.

Fitness & Wellbeing

Website content, brochures and promotional materials, social media posts, landing pages, newsletters, blog posts, articles for specialised magazines, etc.

Cosmetics & Beauty

Product labels, social media posts, product descriptions, website content and landing pages, ads, blog articles, press releases, interviews, etc.

Luxury Goods & Services

Product descriptions, ads, newsletters, texts for websites, brochures, catalogues, blog posts, press releases, promotional materials, landing pages, etc.

But that’s not it!

This is just to give you an idea of what I usually translate, but if you haven’t found what you were looking for
it doesn’t necessarily mean I can’t help you with your project.

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I will assess your project and tell you whether I am the right fit for you. And if you need a service that goes beyond my areas of expertise,
I will be happy to refer you to a trusted colleague in my network.