Chinese Mandarin Translation Services
Because we only hire the best Mandarin translators, who work under friendly and diligent project managers, you can be assured that your voice will be heard in China and much of the Far East. P>Our rigorous selection process allows us to ensure that each of our Mandarin Translation and Interpretation experts provides high quality work and meets the requirements for ISO 9001:2008.
At Novatia, our Mandarin translators are not only mother-tongue linguists but have industry-specific expertise. Our fast and accurate translation and interpretation service will help you communicate with over a billion Mandarin speakers; that’s one seventh of the world’s population.
We have a customer retention rate of 98% because our tried and tested translators not only only speak Mandarin, they have invaluable knowledge of the businesses and customs that makes up the world’s largest country. We will be more than happy to explain why our professional Mandarin translation service can help your business in China. Our flexible approach means your business can approach the world’s largest market safe in the knowledge that their voice will be heard. Make sure you have the very best tools to achieve your ambitions by calling our astute, informative translation team today.
Why your business needs a Mandarin translation service
Chinese is the most common language in the world. And of the 50 dialects spoken, Mandarin is by far the most widely used. In fact, to many the two are interchangeable. This is a stumbling block for many businesses that fail to grasp the complex cultural conventions in China. For example, in Hong Kong many people can’t speak Mandarin, however, most can read it. At Global Voices we don’t just offer literal translation but cultural translation and interpretation, in both print and person. China is a country where the opportunities are endless but issues with miscommunication are rife. As the only dialect spoken throughout the country, the benefits of Mandarin translation are ample for businesses. Since the ‘reform and opening up’ policy that first introduced China to foreign investment in 1978, the country has gone on to be a great economic success, ushering over 600 million people out of poverty. Its production in technology and retail, and its large consumption of coal, iron, steel and cement mean there are boundless opportunities for foreign businesses who embrace Mandarin.
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