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Why Choose Anglia Translations?

With our dedication to providing a personalised, client-centric approach, Anglia Translations Ltd delivers first-rate translation services from English to Italian.

We are certified proud members of the International Standard Organisation (ISO) – accredited to ISO 9001:2015 – and members of the Association of Translation Companies (ATC) and the EU ATC.

Precision and process form the foundation of all our operations, and we ensure that our team of Italian translators is committed to delivering translations of the utmost quality and unmatched accuracy, while remaining cost-effective.

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Admired for its melodic qualities, and characterised by its smooth pronunciation, rhythmic cadence and expressive intonation, the Italian language is spoken by approximately 67 million people worldwide.

While this number includes native speakers primarily in Italy, it also includes regions with significant Italian-speaking populations such as San Marino, Vatican City, Switzerland, and parts of Slovenia and Croatia.  <

We collaborate with a diverse clientele spanning from small startups to large multinational corporations, across multiple industries, handling various specialist Italian translation projects annually.

Types of content that we have translated include websites, product specifications, marketing material, newsletters, product catalogues, product labelling and more.

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Why Use Italian Translation Services?

There are numerous British companies with operations, subsidiaries, or business interests in Italy across various industries such as finance, manufacturing, technology, retail, and more.

Some of the more well-known companies include Barclays, HSBC, Marks and Spencer, Tesco, Jaguar Land Rover and Vodafone.

Expanding into Italy presents UK businesses with opportunities for growth, market diversification, and access to new customers and partnerships within a dynamic and culturally rich Italian market.

Italy’s central location within Europe makes it an ideal hub for reaching other European markets too, facilitating trade and business expansion across the continent. It also shares cultural and linguistic ties with the UK, making it easier for British businesses to navigate the market and communicate with Italian partners and consumers.

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Italian Customs

Punctuality is not a priority for Italians, so be prepared for some delays when you start working with a new Italian partner. In particular, do not take a small delay as a lack of respect.

Italians value professionalism and expect business interactions to be conducted with a certain level of formality. This includes using titles and last names when addressing business associates, unless invited to use first names.

While Italians may have a relaxed attitude towards time in social settings, punctuality is important in business meetings. Arrive on time or a few minutes early to show respect for your Italian counterparts’ time.

Italians place importance on appearance, so dress smartly and conservatively for business meetings. Opt for well-tailored clothing in neutral colours, and avoid overly casual or flashy attire.

Business tip: While many Italians speak English, making an effort to learn some basic Italian phrases can demonstrate respect for the local language and culture. Consider hiring an interpreter if language barriers may pose challenges during negotiations, and it is a good idea to have your business documents professionally translated into Italian too.

Interesting Facts About Italy

Italian is considered one of the most romantic languages, not only in terms of love but also due to its poetic and melodic nature. It has contributed numerous words and phrases to the English language, particularly in areas such as cuisine (“pizza,”, “pasta,” “espresso”) and music (“opera,” “concerto,” “soprano”).

Italy boasts a rich variety of regional dialects and accents, reflecting the country’s diverse linguistic heritage. Some dialects are so distinct that they are almost unintelligible to speakers of standard Italian.

Capital: Rome
Population: 58.7 million
Official Language: Italian (Italiano). In some regions of Italy you may also hear French, German, Albanian and others.

Frequently Asked Questions About Italian Translation

The precision of translations from English to Italian depends on various elements. It’s essential to choose a translator who possesses expertise and cultural insight into both Italy and the language itself. At Anglia Translations Ltd, our dedication to excellence ensures that we exclusively entrust projects to only the very best Italian translators. Moreover, we collaborate closely with you to fully understand your business so we can grasp the translation’s intended purpose.

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We allocate translators who are not only native Italian speakers but also fluent in English to our projects, guaranteeing accurate translation of cultural nuances and references. All our Italian translators are located in Italy, ensuring their language proficiency remains current and culturally attuned. 

They recognise the significance of context, idiomatic expressions, and cultural references, endeavouring to convey the intended meaning in a culturally appropriate manner for the target audience.

It is essential to use a professional Italian translator when you need a high-quality translation of a text that is important to your business. This could be marketing materials, legal documents, medical records, or technical manuals.

Professional translators, like those at Anglia Translations, have the expert skills and experience to produce precise and culturally appropriate translations that will accurately convey what you are trying to say, while still resonating with your brand.

We base our rates on source word count. This ensures we avoid all ambiguities, simplifies costing, and allows us to remain completely transparent.

However, since no two projects are ever the same, there is no definitive answer to this without assessing the project as a whole and looking through the documents that will need to be translated.

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