Accurate Czech Translation & Interpretation for Businesses
There are over 10 million speakers of the Czech language in the Czech Republic, and across Portugal, Poland, Germany and the USA. To reach this audience with your business, you need skilled translation and interpretation services from Global Voices.
The Czech Republic has the most developed industrialised economy in Eastern Europe, making it the ideal market for your business to expand into.
Whether you need to translate internal documents to communicate with Czech-speaking staff, or marketing materials to connect with Czech customers, Global Voices can translate anything into Czech to help your business succeed abroad. From websites and instruction manuals to memos and minutes, our talented team can translate anything you need to our very high standards.
Why your business needs Czech translation services
While the Czech Republic is famous for Prague, its laid back capital city, when it comes to business the country is in high demand with industrial conglomerates from Japan, South Korea and China, many of which have set up bases in the country.
Though online translation tools might seem impressive to monolinguals, their results will not be enough for these big name multinationals. Only native-speaking translators can truly guarantee that your Czech-language content is accurate and effective. These specialists can draw on their own knowledge to make sure the cultural context and precise meaning of every word is taken into account. This means potential clients and customers will receive exactly the message you want to send them, and that staff and suppliers know precisely what you want and need.
What are some common problems with Czech translation?
Like many languages, Czech has a number of unique words that don’t have clear analogues in English. This even extends to words for different times of day. Navečer, for example, refers to a time between the afternoon and the evening, but closer to the evening. A machine translation might render the word as simply “evening”, but this wouldn’t be accurate. Using specific terms like this is essential to producing Czech translations that are authentic and effective.
Are there many different Czech dialects?
The Czech language does have a number of different dialects. Among these are Central Bohemian, Czecho-Moravian, Hanak, Lach, Northeast Bohemian, Southwest Bohemian and Yalach. Our translators can handle any Czech dialect, meaning your message will be understood wherever you choose to send it.
We are committed to providing a consistently high level of quality in all our customer engagements. Our staff members follow well-established business processes so we can communicate clearly, deliver on time and exceed our customers’ expectations.
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Pricing packages available
You can use our services on an adhoc basis or take advantage of one of our contracted offers to suit your business requirements. Enter into a bespoke contract with Global Voices and we will tailor a pricing package that best suits your business requirements:
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