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Juan Julián León: It’s true that globalisation is having an immediate impact on pharma, both in corporate and institutional environments. With each passing day, regulations become more global and this, in turn, directly affects the translation sector. Indeed, demand for translation services has not only risen, but these services have also had to evolve to adapt to this changing environment.

The translation sector now faces new obstacles, one of which is the need to continually attract and retain talent. Pharma translation is a much specialised field, and requires highly trained and experienced professionals. Translation companies expend great efforts maintaining and developing specialised multidisciplinary teams in this industry, including native translators for many languages, linguists, experts in medical and pharma regulations and terminology, reviewers, editors, layout designers, developers and so forth.

Another hurdle we face is the need to adapt to constantly changing terminology. The emergence of new illnesses, compositions and medicines demands that we continuously update our knowledge.

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Juan Julián León is a renowned expert in the translation, localisation and intellectual property industry. Of particular note is his participation in the creation and expansion of one of the industry's top firms, SeproTec Multilingual Solutions, now present in 11 countries with over 400 employees. Today, Juan Julián continues in his role as Chief Executive Officer of the company and has participated in operations as crucial as its international expansion, the acquisition of the Polish firm Lidolang and the creation of SHIP Global IP, an innovative initiative in the intellectual property industry.
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