Norwegian Translation Services
Norwegian translation services tailored to meet your business needs in terms of speed, quality, and volume are just one click away with The Translation Gate. Get your official translation from Norwegian to English and 220 other languages at the best prices, whenever you want and wherever you are, in only 24 hours!
Yes, You read it right. Our Norwegian translation team at The Translation Gate gladly offers accurate and affordable Norwegian translation services, from and to 220 languages, at handy prices, so that your global business can accelerate its international growth in Norway.
Our proficient Norwegian translators are located worldwide, so we can better serve your demands anywhere and everywhere. Get a free quote and enjoy a seamless experience along with a flexible and super-fast translation service from English to Norwegian or any other language!
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Why Is Norway A Good Place To Do Business?
There are many satisfactory reasons for doing business in Norway but the most relevant and typical answer is: Norway means money. Norway has one of the strongest economies all over the world, and a high priority is given to knowledge development, innovation, technology, and sustainable trade sectors.
Moreover, Norway is one of the top-ranking countries with respect to ease of setting up a business in the country. It is a world pioneer in the oil and gas, energy, maritime, fintech, and seafood sectors. So, if you’re operating your business in any of these sectors, you definitely should consider leaving your own business remarkable print in the Norwegian market.
Facts About The Norwegian Language That You Should Know!
- Norwegian, Norwegian Norsk, is the official language of Norway and is spoken by around 5.3 million people, primarily in Norway itself.
- Although the vast majority of Norwegian speakers exist in Norway, however, some others also exist in emigrant communities as in Sweden, Canada, and the US.
- There are two official forms of written Norwegian today, Bokmål (also called Dano-Norwegian, or Riksmål) and Nynorsk (New Norwegian).
- Around 86.3% of Norwegians use Bokmål as their primary written language, 7.5% use Nynorsk and the rest use mixes of both forms.
- The Norwegian language has four main dialects: Northern, Eastern, Western and Central, all having significant differences concerning semantics, terminology, syntax, and accent.
Full-Stack Translation Services From Norwegian To English, For All Businesses Domains
If you’re looking for a full-stack translation agency that is professional and solution-oriented, then The Translation Gate is surely the one. Herein, we can efficiently translate your content with complete accuracy on budget, and address multiple translation projects of any niche or industry.
The Translation Gate is well-equipped with hundreds of professional Norwegian translators and proofreaders who offer translation services from Norwegian to English and vice versa in diverse business domains, including:
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No matter the size or complexity of your Norwegian translation project, we are able to deliver on time, every time, with quality assured. All your documents are usually translated, edited, and proofread by at least three Norwegian linguists, as The Translation Gate is powered by one of the world’s largest teams of professional native Norwegian translators.
Our native translators are trained to deliver official translations from Norwegian to English and 220 other languages. The following are some of the most common language pairs with which we work.