Polish entrepreneur Bastek cofounded Wales-based translation firm Wolfestone in 2006. When the recession hit, Wolfestone bucked the trend and invested heavily in marketing. The firm was the sixth-fastest-growing business in Wales last year and now has 30 staff and 8,000 translators. The trilingual Bastek wants Wolfestone to become a top-10 language service provider.
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