Accurate Greek Translation & Interpretation For Businesses
At Global Voices, we work with native Greek speakers who not only have exceptional knowledge of the Greek language but also of its culture and history. By providing more than just word-for-word translations, our linguists ensure that every document makes perfect sense in the designated dialect, be it Cappadocian, Cretan Greek or Cypriot Greek.
We are committed to providing our clients with the most accurate translation service, regardless of their industry. From legal documents to medical reports, our expert linguists ensure that even the most specialist and sensitive subjects are translated with pinpoint accuracy.
We believe simply speaking the language is not enough, which is why all of our Greek translators have had more than three years experience, and our software systems are quality assured with ISO 9001:2008 accreditation.
Why Your Business Needs A Greek Translation Service
Not only is Greek spoken by more than 13 million people around the world, it is also one of the oldest surviving recorded languages. Because of the ancient origins of the Greek language, regional dialects have had centuries to develop. Localisation of documents is therefore vital as different words can have different meanings across Greece. Not doing so could result in potentially dangerous miscommunication.
Greek is also one of the official languages of the European Union. While it is spoken mainly in Greece and Cyprus, areas of neighbouring Albania, Bulgaria, Turkey and the Republic of Macedonia also use Greek as a primary language.
For translations of written documents, it’s important to consider the Greek alphabet which is much different to the English version you may be used to. Professional Greek translators will understand the monotonic system and be able to offer accurate translations for businesses in specific industries.
Do I need Greek translation for text?
The Greek language has a monotonic system which uses two diacritics, which can make it difficult to learn. To avoid making any errors or mistakes in spelling or even word order, you should use a professional translation service.
What are Greece’s main economic resources?
Greece currently has the 51st largest economy in the world, and its major industries are tourism, shipping, food, tobacco, and industrial products. 16% of the world’s merchant fleet is owned by Greek companies.
We have the capability, drive and ambition to be the fastest growing translation company within each of our chosen territories and sectors – with a strong, proactive and dedicated team, and a delighted client base.Our Quality Promise
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Fast, efficient, good quality service. Very polite staff.
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I enjoy using your service and Kirsty always delivers to my tight schedules. Thanks and I will continue to use your service.
30 projects per year and would use us for most of them due to the service we delivered and the quality of the work that we did. Very impressed with turnaround and quality.
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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