Russian is an important language primarily spoken in Russia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. It is also spoken unofficially by millions of people in Ukraine, Moldova, Latvia, Turkmenistan, and Estonia.

 

As a result, Russian is the largest native language in Europe with 160 million speakers. This also makes it the 8th most spoken language in the world.

 

With such a geographically widespread population of native speakers, it is essential for us to use local Russian language experts who can guarantee that our Russian marketing translations will be both accurate and engaging.

 

We regularly translate a wide variety of marketing materials into Russian. These include:

 

Brochures, Leaflets and Handbooks

Email Marketing

Press releases

Websites, Landing pages, Keywords, Banners and Flash animations

 

The most important thing to remember when translating marketing copy is the core audience. Consequently, it is also vital to note that a promotional campaign that may have worked in one country will not necessarily be successful in another one.More about Translation Companies UK

 

This means that our translators will consider all social, cultural, and economic factors that may affect marketing copy as it becomes appropriately localized into Russian. This enables our professional Russian translators to translate the core promotional message in an interesting and appropriate manner.

 

We provide regular Russian translations for a variety of websites, emails, brochures, and leaflets. Call us today for a free consultation.

 

Meet some of our Russian Marketing Translators

Russian Marketing Translator

Vladimir

 

My name is Vladimir and I am an English to Russian freelance translator and proofreader. I specialize in technical documentation and manuals, marketing. I have an expertise in IT and software localization fields, the more so I have a relevant education – engineer-programmer. In work I use Trados and other CAT tools.

 

Russian Legal Translation

 

Russian is an important language primarily spoken in Russia, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. It is also spoken unofficially by millions of people in Ukraine, Moldova, Latvia, Turkmenistan, and Estonia.

 

As a result, Russian is the largest native language in Europe with 160 million speakers. This also makes it the 8th most spoken language in the world.

 

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Russian legal system is generally considered to by a civil law system.  However, the socialist influences of communism and the political influences post communism have made a strong imprint on Russia’s legal system.  Combined with early Byzantine influences, this means that Russian law is in many ways very different from European civil codes.

 

Driven largely by the increase in International trade and investment in Russia, in the last decade we have seen a dramatic increase in the amount of Russian translation that we are asked to undertake.

 

Producing legal translations can be both complex and challenging. Therefore it is imperative to use professionally trained Russian linguists with the adequate knowledge and experience. Our extensive knowledge with legal translations also ensures that we only use industry experts and appropriately qualified copywriters to manage our translations.

 

Legal document translations can sometimes involve highly sensitive information but you do not need to worry about this being compromised. Our systems are protected by 128-bit encryption technology and our team of staff and linguists all sign confidentiality agreements as a matter of course.

 

If you require, we are willing to sign any non-disclosure agreements of your own for added peace of mind about legal document translations.

 

Meet some of our Russian Legal Translators

Russian Legal Translator

Vitali

 

My name is Vitali and I’m a certified translator with 9 years of professional experience. I translate the following texts and documents; Technical (instructions, manuals, technical requirements, specifications, engineering drawings, etc.), Legal (contracts, laws, legal texts, normative documents, articles of association, licences, certificates, etc.), Financial (banking documentation, loan documentation, investment, insurance and other sectors, etc.), Scientific (articles, investigations, theses relating to variuos sciences, etc.), and Websites.

 

 

 

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