TransHome was first introduced to the Egyptian local market as a small business venture in February 2002 and launched in Cairo. The company started as a small office with limited functionality, and the pioneers focused the efforts on translating patents, shipping and legal documents. Later on, the owners began to streamline the operations by appointing a team of freelancers with different specializations to cover up the market needs.
By May 2005, a network of clients was established, and TransHome built several business ties with many embassies including the US and Australian embassies. This political-business move encouraged the owners to start considering regional expansion. Later that year, the owners decided to move to Dubai with the aim of exploring a multinational hub which naturally requires cultural facilitators for both business and communication various needs.
After accomplishing several projects for major government and private sector entities, TransHome considered the establishment of a business branch in Dubai to act as a regional hub for translation and cultural communication in the region. Dubai office was inaugurated in November 2011.
TransHome ambitious plans target the largest segment of the business community in UAE, Gulf and MENA region.