Arabic to English Translation

Arabic, with approximately 295 million speakers and English, with over 360 million native speakers are both very popular languages globally. As a result there is a huge demand for English to Arabic or Arabic to English translation services.

Because of this huge amount of speakers, TranslateMedia deals with a lot of Arabic to English translation in a wide-range of businesses:

Arabic to English Legal Translation

At TranslateMedia we have been providing translation services to legal firms for long enough to know that it isn’t as simple as a word for word job. Our team of translators are both informed and skilled in the legal services sector, which makes us stand out from other unskilled translation services. As they usually involve binding contracts and complex pieces of information, it is important that those carrying out legal document translations on your behalf know exactly what is required of them.

This is why we only employ experienced and talented Arabic to English translators with a glut of applicable skills meaning they are able to provide a valuable service. Of course, each law firm has its own areas of practice that it specialises in and we understand your Arabic to English legal document translation needs will vary.

Arabic to English eCommerce Website Translation

If your business is looking to expand into an eCommerce based economy, then a very viable avenue for you to explore is the UK. With an economy that is forecasted to make more than 25% of all of its purchases online by 2016, there is room for rapid growth of your business, whether that is financial services, clothing or cosmetics. If you are preparing to take your business international, you should definitely consider converting all your Arabic marketing materials that will include your Arabic website, your Arabic social media content and all Arabic marketing brochures into English.  When doing this you will need to consider English customs and cultural conditions such as the use of colour, website layout and your legal terms and conditions.

Arabic to English Finance and Banking Translation

In recent years the Arab banking and financial sectors have grown immensely, rivalling the size of financial capitals such as New York and London. With these being the top two financial capitals of the world, it would be foolish to ignore the potential that a targeted and highly regarded translation service could do for your business. TranslateMedia is an established leader in Arabic to English financial translation services. We continue to enjoy success thanks to our methodical and thought-out approach when producing Arabic to English translations. We have passed successive quality audits and in 2010 were ranked in the top 10 fastest growing digital media & technology companies in Europe. We develop our own translation management technology that allows us to focus on providing a top quality customer experience.

Arabic to English Governmental & Public Sector Translation

Having a base in London, England means we have become accustomed to working with Arabic to English government and public sector translation, acquiring the skills over time that make our service highly regarded. We have long-standing relationships with various parts of government in several countries. We are used to dealing with documents that are part of the whole tendering process and welcome invitations to tender for Arabic to English governmental or public sector translation work.

Arabic to English I.T. Translation

English language content accounts for an estimated 54% of the entire amount of content on the internet and this majority has meant that English has become the global language of communication as well as computer programming. This has meant that a huge proportion of I.T consumers converse in and use English software.  We achieve very high quality Arabic to English IT translations by selecting professional expert translators who have the expertise needed in I.T. Then we examine the use of glossaries, implementing them through a Translation Memory system, in order to deliver accurate Arabic to English translations on time and within budget.

Arabic to English Medical Translation

In companies such as GlaxoSmithKline or AstraZeneca, the UK has some of the most established Pharmaceutical companies in the world, indeed one in five of the world’s biggest-selling prescription drugs were developed in the UK. At TranslateMedia, we are members of the Association of Translation Companies and the American Translators Association, so by choosing our Arabic to English medical and Arabic to English pharmaceutical translation services, you can rest assured you’ve chosen a company that prides itself on the quality and accuracy of its completed Arabic to English translation projects.

Arabic to English Market Research Translation

If you’re looking to break into new markets or just trying to get your image and message into new territories, our Arabic to English market research translation can be a valuable tool for success. We employ experts who have an in-depth knowledge of marketing and advertising to carry out our Arabic to English market research translation so you can ensure the highest levels of accuracy and quality.

Arabic to English Online Gaming, Sports Betting & Casino Translation

With a sports betting industry worth between £435bn to £625bn, and a culture increasingly permeated by gaming and casino’s, the English market is huge. At TranslateMedia we have a large market share that has grown because of our ability to build teams that deliver Arabic to English translations quickly. In terms of volume, our main Arabic to English gaming translation work is translating direct Arabic email marketing into multiple languages in a short period of time.

Arabic to English Defence & Security Translation

The need for sensitivity from your Arabic to English translation service provider is imperative. We have significant experience translating sensitive documents from Arabic to English, having translated and summarised political risk analyses for several leading security consultancies in the past.

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