As a responsible company, we want to support the activities of organisations that are important to us. Our partners include Finnish and international translation industry organisations and other organisations. In addition, we are a member of the Association for Finnish Work and a few other organisations.
Translation industry organisations
Finnish Language Service Providers (SKY) aims to increase the impact of the language service industry, both in Finland and abroad. SKY develops the activities of the language industry together with its member companies and partners. Delingua has been a member of SKY and its predecessor, the Association of Finnish Translation Companies (SKTOL), since 2006. Our CEO Katja Virtanen is the former President and current Vice President of the organisation.
ELIA (European Language Industry Association) is a trade association for language service companies, founded in 2005. The aim of the organisation is to help companies in the language industry grow. We have been a member of ELIA since 2011.
Translators without Borders is an organisation that helps people worldwide get information and be heard in their own language. Delingua has supported TWB’s operations for more than 10 years.
Finnishness is a value that is important to us and that is reflected in our operations: we are personal, genuine and conscientious. Our services have been awarded the Key Flag Symbol and we are a proud member of the Association for Finnish Work. The Association for Finnish Work strives to increase appreciation for Finnish work and to ensure the prosperity and success of Finnish work.
The Baltic Sea Action Group (BSAG) is a Finnish foundation established to protect the Baltic Sea. For us, the Baltic Sea is near and dear and we have been cooperating with BSAG since 2020.
In addition to the Baltic Sea, nature and its protection are close to everyone’s heart at Delingua. WWF Finland aims to stop biodiversity loss and build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. We have cooperated with WWF Finland for nearly 10 years.
Plan promotes the rights of the most vulnerable children and young people, especially girls, and works for equality. As the language service industry is very female-dominated, we want to support Plan International Finland and have been cooperating with the organisation since 2015.
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