OUR STORY AND VALUES
Our mission is to provide our clients with high-quality translation services that fully meet their expectations and fulfill all the standards of the profession.
It’s been said that an adventure always begins with an idea. But for ITC, it all started with an experience.
Here’s our story in a nutshell: at ITC Translations, we’re a big family spread around the world that continues to grow and innovate together with a single goal in mind: to help you grow internationally.
After working for some time at a translation agency, ITC founder and president Céline Imbaud decided to stand on her own two feet and start her own company.
ITC Traductions was created and the first office opened in Lyon, France. At this time, the company’s full name was International Traduction Conseil.
A second office opened in Jupiter, Florida, USA. ITC Global Translations.
The organization employs 18 people.
A new visual identity was unveiled and a third office opened in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. ITC Traductions Canada.
Our current project management tool was implemented.
To celebrate our 20th anniversary, ITC Translations is passing the mic to 20 leaders from very different industries to gather a wide variety of perspectives on what has changed in the world over the last 20 years. Discover 20 insights into the evolution of our society.
The organization launched our audio & video linguistic services and employs more than 60 employees and over 2,500 translators around the world!
Because we plan for the long term, we already have lots of innovative new projects coming soon!
ITC Translations is one big family that includes our employees and clients. We’re proud that people have been the central focus in our business for 20 years and counting.
Five fundamental principles guide the ITC Translations team and how we treat each other, our clients and the general public. Whether it’s in Canada, China, the United Kingdom, Brazil or anywhere else, these deeply-anchored values show up in our daily work and form the basis of all our relationships and our decisions.