English to Spanish Translation

Spanish is part of the Romance branch of the Indo-European language family. Over 407 million people around the globe speak Spanish as their mother tongue, making it the second most widely spoken language in the world. Spanish is an official language in 21 countries, the most populous of which are Mexico, Colombia, Spain and Argentina. Spanish has official status in several international organisations such as the European Union, the United Nations and Mercosur. Apart from countries where the official language is Spanish, sizeable populations of Spanish native speakers can also be found in the USA, Brazil, France and Italy.

English to Spanish is one of the most common language combinations for which our team is required to deliver translations. Below is a list of specialities that TranslateMedia covers for English to Spanish translations.

English to Spanish Legal Translation

With $466 million total revenue in 2012 and 29 offices across the Iberian Peninsula, Spanish company Garrigues is the largest law firm in Spain and Portugal. Excluding the UK, Garrigues is also the largest firm by revenue in Europe as a whole. It is also the 72nd largest law firm in the world and employs more than 2,000 attorneys.

Our English to Spanish legal documents translation is far more than just taking the text printed on a document and translating it word-for-word. As they involve legally binding contracts and valuable 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 English to Spanish translators with a range of skills who can provide a valuable service. Of course, each law firm has its own areas of practice that it specialises in and we understand your English to Spanish legal document translation needs will vary.

English to Spanish eCommerce Website Translation

Almost 32 million Spaniards use the internet in Spain, accounting for more than 6% of the number of internet users in Europe. It is estimated that about 44% of internet users in Spain shop online on a regular basis. Spain has one of the fastest-growing eCommerce sectors in Europe. The majority of online shoppers in Spain spend money on transport and leisure services, while fashion and technology are growing. With Latin America set to account for approximately 20% of international eCommerce revenues in 2013, the demand for English to Spanish eCommerce translations remains high and is likely to increase in the future.

If you are preparing to take your business international, you should carefully consider converting all your English marketing materials including your English website, your English social media content and all English marketing brochures into Spanish. You would also need to take into consideration the local Spanish customs, cultural conditions such as the use of colour, website layout and your legal terms and conditions.

English to Spanish Finance and Banking Translation

Two Spanish groups are ranked among the world’s top 100 largest banks in 2013. With a market capitalization of $75.79 billion in April 2013, Banco Santander is the 17th largest bank in the world. BBVA is ranked as the 32nd largest banking group. The banking sector employs more than 230,000 people in Spain.

TranslateMedia is an established leader in English to Spanish financial translation services. We continue to enjoy success thanks to our efficient, professional approach when producing English to Spanish 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.

English to Spanish Governmental & Public Sector Translation

The number of employees in the public sector in Spain at the end of 2012 was 2,917,200. The main government-owned companies are largest audiovisual group in Spain RTVE (Radio y Televisión Española), national postal service Correos, and railway transport service RENFE (Red Nacional de los Ferrocamiles Españoles). This makes Governmental and Public Sector translations from English to Spanish big business.

We have long-standing relationships with various parts of government in several countries. We are very familiar with the whole tendering process and welcome invitations to tender for English to Spanish governmental or public sector translation work.

English to Spanish I.T. Translation

In 2010, the Spanish information and communication technology industry employed more than 330,000 people in different fields. Information technology and Telecommunication services were the two sectors with the highest number of employees. Spanish leading companies in the ICT sector are broadband and telecommunications provider Telefónica, global technology company Indra Sistemas (42,000 employees worldwide), digital entertainment Grupo Zed, and IECISA (Informática El Corte Inglés).

We achieve very high quality English to Spanish IT translations by first selecting professional expert translators who have direct expertise in the relevant field. Then we examine the use of glossaries, implementing them through a Translation Memory system, in order to deliver accurate English to Spanish translations on time and within budget.

English to Spanish Medical Translation

The Spanish healthcare technology industry was made up of 725 companies in 2008 and accounted for more than 32,000 employees. Leading companies in the Medical equipment and healthcare technology sector in Spain include Antonio Matachana, Sedecal (Sociedad Española De Electromedicina y Calidad) and Suinsa Medical Systems.

At TranslateMedia, we are members of the Association of Translation Companies and the American Translators Association, so when you choose our English to Spanish medical and English to Spanish pharmaceutical translation services, you can rest assured you’ve chosen a company that prides itself on the quality and accuracy of its completed English to Spanish translation projects.

English to Spanish Market Research Translation

The Market Research industry in Spain accounts for nearly 3% of the country’s GDP. In 2012, the marketing sector in Spain invested almost €31 million and created 108,000 jobs. The Spanish digital marketing industry already accounts for about 200,000 employees in Spain, and is set to generate more than 300,000 additional jobs by 2017.

English to Spanish market research translation can be a valuable tool for success, whether your business is expanding to reach a new foreign language market or trying to improve its current standing on an international stage. We employ experts in marketing and advertising to carry out our English to Spanish market research translation so you can ensure the highest levels of accuracy and quality.

English to Spanish Online Gaming, Sports Betting & Casino Translation

In Q1 2013, money spent online by gamers in Spain accounted for €1,369 million, while gross gaming revenue was around €60.4 million. The two first fields of online gaming in Spain are sports betting and poker. As a result, the demand for English to Spanish online gaming translation remains high.

We have a large market share in online gaming based on our ability to build teams that deliver English to Spanish translations quickly. In terms of volume, our main English to Spanish gaming translation work is translating direct English email marketing into several languages in a short period of time.

English to Spanish Defence & Security Translation

The MdD (Ministerio de Defensa de España) is the Spanish Ministry of Defence. It is responsible for implementing the government defence policy. In 2012, the budget of the Ministry was approximately €7,343 million.

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

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