Accurate Russian Translation & Interpretation For Businesses
At Global Voices, we work with native Russian speakers to guarantee exceptional translations. By providing more than just word-for-word translations, we ensure that every document makes perfect sense and is localised for the target market.
We are committed to providing our clients with the most accurate translation service, regardless of their sector. Our dedicated network of native Russian speakers have background knowledge in various industries, including the legal and medical sectors, ensuring that even the most specialist and sensitive subjects are translated with pinpoint accuracy.
Russian translation and interpretation can be particularly difficult when you consider the language’s use of a cyrillic alphabet, entirely different to the latin alphabet used in so many other languages. By working with native speakers, we can ensure precision and minimise the chance of potentially disastrous miscommunication.
Why Your Business Needs A Russian Translation Service
Russian is the official language of the Russian Federation, the world’s largest country with a population of over 140 million. It is also widely spoken in more than 30 countries around the world, including emerging markets like Kazakhstan, Belarus and Ukraine, as well as established markets like Canada and Germany where many of the Russian diaspora have settled. An estimated 260 million people speak variations of the Russian language worldwide.
Due to the sheer number of native Russian speakers, and the complexity of Russian grammar, having a professional translation service for your business is crucial. Our expert linguists will be able to distinguish between dialects, and provide high-quality written translations that has been localised depending on your target audience.
Is Russian difficult to learn?
The modern Cyrillic alphabet, which is used in Russia, has 33 letters, some of which look similar to the English alphabet. However, those that look the same have very different sounds, which can be confusing for English speakers learning Russian. This can often mean that it’s much easier to learn to speak Russian than it is to write it.
Do I need a Russian translator for written text?
The Russian alphabet, grammar, and syntax can be difficult for non-native speakers to grasp. Written text can sometimes be more difficult to translate and takes up about 15% more space than English due to character length and grammar. Our Russian translators are experts in formatting texts to ensure they fit your design, making any adjustments as necessary.
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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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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