We say we are close to you, because as early as in 2006,WhP’s first international operation center was opened in Bratislava. Since its creation, we delivered high quality localization services to customers in Central and Eastern Europe.

In Bratislava office, five experienced Project Manages work in perfect synergy with our external teams, who show equal dedication and total investment. Together we make sure your product corresponds to highest quality standards and that it always gets out on time to the local market. The Bratislava team is led by Petra Bendikova, Operation Manager, and gets full support from the headquarter to assure the same exceptional quality and commitment to industry standards.

We believe it is good to have, and also our practice to assign a dedicated Project Manager to each account. This helps us to build long term relationship and keeps open communication with our clients, with full understanding of all their particular needs.

We have been cooperating with large, international companies and can proudly say that customers that we started to work with in 2006 still choose us as their trust language service provider nowadays. This shows our high commitment to long-term cooperation based on the exceptional quality.

The Bratislava office cover a wide range of services, from the translation services to a a full localization package which includes engineering, translation, formatting and review. We are extremely experienced with multimedia audio and video service– recording of videos, engineering, subtitling and final creation of videos for our clients.

Recently we have moved to new offices based in the city center, next to Medicka garden (picture below) , which is a nice spot for little walks and relax after work.


Quick facts about Bratislava:

Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakia, occupying both banks of the Danube River and the left bank of theMorava River. Bordering Austria and Hungary, it is the only national capital that borders two independent countries.
Bratislava is the political, cultural, and economic centre of Slovakia. It is the seat of the Slovak president, the parliament, and the Slovak Executive. It is home to several universities, museums, theatres, galleries and other important cultural and educational institutions. Many of Slovakia’s large businesses and financial institutions also have headquarters there.