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Confidentiality. Availability. Quality.


In September 2022, Lacrosse provided translation services to a leading law firm that was involved in the restructuring process of a bank. Find out more in the article :)

Conference - Poland Meets Central Europe

Poland Meets Central Europe


Earlier in October Lacrosse Managing Director Lawrence Fahrenholz had the pleasure of attending the Meet Central Europe Annual Conference in the beautiful setting of Samorin Slovakia, by the banks of the Blue Danube.

Lacrosse Autumn Newsletter

Lacrosse News: Autumn 2022


Check out the latest Lacrosse news, what we do and how we do it. We would like to introduce a Guide to translation services for everyone interested in the world of translations. You can also read about our latest remote interpreting project and meet one of our interpreter. Enjoy :)

Lacrosse Webinar Info

Want to be a Translator? – Language Skills Alone Are Not Enough


In today’s fast-based, tech-driven world a translator needs skills that go beyond having the ability to translate a text between languages. In cooperation with Vistula University, we organised earlier this week a webinar on working in an LSP for undergraduates.

Cosmic birthday cake

A cosmic 6th birthday for Nazar :)


Lacrosse organized a birthday present for a boy from Ukraine.

Lacrosse Spring Newsletter 2022

Our spring newsletter is now available


Check out the latest Lacrosse news, what we do and how we do it. You can also read about our cooperation with Vistula University and our support for Ukraine, and more. Enjoy reading!

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Translators and Interpreters providing help for Ukraine


At Lacrosse we are supporting an initiative of Polish associations of translators and interpreters aimed to provide linguistic assistance to people affected by the war in Ukraine.

Read more here

International's Woman Day

Celebrating International Women’s Day. Lacrosse’s commitment to supporting women in the workplace


Today we celebrate International Women’s Day, a global holiday that celebrates the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements of women everywhere. This year the theme of the global holiday is “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”. What does this mean to us at Lacrosse?

Sally Rooney - Beautiful World, Where Are You?

Should translation be used as a weapon in “cultural boycotts”?


It’s quite a rare thing for translation to appear as a subject in the media, and not something that typically causes debate and heated emotions. Last month the issue came to the fore in the case of Irish author Sally Rooney, and a controversial decision of hers in relation to the sale of translation rights.
To find out more, read on here...

Supporting exchange of ideas

Supporting exchange of ideas


Market Opportunities In Poland for Premium Food & Drink and Consumer Products. In May 2021 Lacrosse’s Managing Director Lawrence Fahrenholz took part as a Global Scot panelist in a webinar entitled Market Opportunities in Poland for Premium Food & Drink and Consumer Products. The webinar was addressed to Scottish businesspeople from the premium food and drinks sector who are looking at entering the Polish market with their brands and products.

Lacrosse Case Study

Lacrosse Case Study


Well translated annual report - clear, consistent and coherent vision of the company and its 2020 activities. Case study by Lacrosse.
Translation and revision from English to French of an annual company report of a leading European commercial property developer and management company, for an Edinburgh-based creative design consultancy specializing in corporate reporting, brand building and optimization of integrated media and digital channels. Click to read more.

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Language solutions in a changed economic and global landscape


Since March this year the global economy has been upended as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, with all economies around the world entering into some form of lockdown in an attempt to contain and slow the spread of this new and deadly coronavirus.