Ethnolink, Australia’s leading translation company and multicultural communications specialist, has announced that they have joined the Australasian Association of Language Companies (AALC). AALC is an exclusive organisation that represents the interests of Australian and New Zealand language services providers. The association acts as an independent, collective voice for a highly competitive industry in the face of challenges on commercial, political and economic fronts. Ethnolink is now one of only 12 large companies, of 7 or more staff, to be part of the network. “We are incredibly excited to be involved as a member of the AALC and look forward to working with the organisation to promote the interests of language companies across the region” says Costa Vasili, Ethnolink’s Founder and CEO. This affiliation means that Ethnolink has made a commitment to upholding professional standards and development of language industry excellence. Ethnolink also now has exclusive access to the AALC’s industry information and reports and will regularly partake in high-level industry discussions with other members.