Who We Are
We love telling the story of your brand in a way that connects with your audience, making sure that your communications work within your target market.
Throughout your project you deal directly with David, who is the translator himself in most cases.
If it is a language he does not speak, he teams up with other professional translators and together we recreate your content in the target language.
David is passionate about helping businesses communicate in Spanish and other European languages.
He holds an MA in Translation from Swansea University and is a Qualified Member of the Institute of Translation & Interpreting (MITI), as well as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL).
Trust Your Brand is committed to promoting the highest standards in the profession.
We believe that conferences are the best way to keep up with trends in translation and meet fellow linguists and translators.
Over the last few years David has both attended, and been directly involved, with many different conferences, including:
BP Translation Conference, May 2019
ITI Conference, May 2019
Canary Translators, November 2018
Brighton SEO Conference, September 2018
Mediterranean Editors and Translators Meeting, October 2017
ITI Conference, May 2017
Elia’s Together Event, February 2017
London Language Show, October 2016
Asetrad Annual Meeting, April 2016
Elia’s Together Event, February 2016
Together we give back
We are committed to supporting the community in Swansea. We take pride in giving back and building a brighter future for our neighbours by contributing time, talent, money and other resources to Matthew’s House.
Matthew’s House is a house of hospitality and hope in the heart of Dylan Thomas’s “ugly, lovely town”. In early 2017, the centre launched Matt’s Café. Its aim is to intercept food waste destined for land fill and use it to feed those who need it, on a pay as you feel basis.
“I find it a very humbling experience and I feel I gain far more than I give every Sunday I volunteer in the Café,” David said. “I have raised money by running the Swansea Half Marathon for the last two years. I have had very interesting conversations with friends who did not know about the charity and a number of them are now volunteers,” he added.
Looking ahead, Matthew’s House would like to build a shower room and laundry facilities, which will also run on a pay-as-you-feel basis. We can’t think of a better investment than this contribution to our community!