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Bromberg & Associates finds the right words for growth in HamtramckMay 19, 2015
Bromberg & Associates has figured out a smart way to talk its way into more work, more clients, and more growth. The language services firm has all three and more these days.
The Hamtramck-based company has grown its revenue by 25 percent, bringing in more work from existing clients and adding new customers. It has also hired six people, expanding its staff to 15 employees and four interns. Those new jobs include an interpreting project manager, a cultural awareness coordinator, a business development specialists, and language experts. It’s also looking to hire two more people to keep up with demand for it services.
"We're rapidly growing," says Catherine Radloff, director of operations for Bromberg & Associates. "We have a couple more huge clients in the pipeline."
Bromberg & Associates offers technologically advanced language services to corporations and government institutions. Its services include onsite telephonic and video remote interpreting, document translation, website localization, language training, relocation services, and bilingual staffing for more than 150 languages.
However, the 16-year-old firm’s recent growth has more to do with its business philosophy than its services or new technology offerings. Radloff credits Bromberg & Associates customer-oriented approach to doing business with its ability to add more clients like the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency and Mountain Park Health Center.
"Being consistent, reliable, and dedicated means so much," Radloff says. She adds, "The team of people we have in place is the best Bromberg has ever seen. All of the arrows are pointed in the right direction."
International Congress on Medical InterpretingMay 4, 2015
On April 23-26 Bromberg attended the annual International Congress on Medical Interpreting organized by International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA). It is the only international congress that focuses on medical interpreting, seeking to facilitate learning as an ongoing, dynamic and social process.
Our new staff member, Cultural Competency Coordinator Sean, told us that he enjoyed the event and looks forward to the next one. "For it being my first official conference as an employee of Bromberg, the IMIA conference was a great way to introduce myself to the world of health care interpreters. Everyone there is so passionate about what they do, and you could see that in the presentations and key-note speakers. It was incredible getting Bromberg's name out there, and a lot of the attendees were very interested in what we had to say! I can't wait to get back out there and keep up the momentum!"
We would like to congratulate our friend and colleague Kathy Howell for being named Medical Interpreter of the Year! Keep up the good work, Kathy!