European

EUROPEAN LANGUAGES

OVERVIEW

Our Language Solutions aim to bridge the gap created by cultural and language differences across the globe.  We appreciate that language barrier can be a big hindrance at all communication levels given the global nature that most businesses and institutions tend to have.

Whether you intend to travel, study, govern, sell, or participate in (tourism, research, government, policing, business, or data dissemination,) the lack of a common language can severely impede progress and can halt it altogether.

EUROPE AT A GLANCE

European culture is rooted in the art, architecture, film, different genres of music, literature, and philosophy which originated from Europe. This is often referred to as the ‘’its common cultural heritage’’ 

Europe attracts people from different countries and as such the business environment calls for translation services to bridge language gaps.

The European Union has set 24 official languages that are used for business.  This calls for different translation needs to sustain the cultural and linguistic diversities presented by the different communities it has in the business spectrum.

Most languages in Europe belong to the Indo-European language family. 

The languages are branched into:

  • Romance
  • Germanic
  • Baltic
  • Slavic
  • Albanian
  • Celtic
  • Hellenic

LANGUAGES SUPPORTED

If you have a language project please  look through the list below to request for a quote.  If you don’t see the language you’re looking for, worry not, our team would still love to hear from you.  We have bespoke solutions to every language need.

 

Country                                             Language
Russia Russian
Germany German (Deutsch)
France French (français)
United Kingdom English
Italy Italian (italiano)
Spain Spanish (español – Catalan , Galician , Basque
Ukraine Ukrainian
Poland Polish (polski)
Romania Romanian (romana)
Netherlands Dutch , Frisian
Belgium Dutch, French
Greece Greek
Portugal Portuguese (português)
Country                                             Language
Czech Republic Czech (cestina)
Hungary Hungarian (magyar)
Sweden Swedish (svenska)
Belarus Belarusian, Russian
Austria German, Slovene
Switzerland German, French, Italian , Romansch
Bulgaria Bulgarian
Serbia Serbian, Albanian
Denmark Danish (dansk)
Finland Finnish (suomi)
Slovakia Slovak (slovensky jazyk)
Norway Norwegian (nynorsk and bokmal)
Ireland Irish (Gaeilge)