Project Description

Business Website Translation Into Spanish

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If you are a New Zealand based tourism business or manufacturer wanting to sell your products or services overseas, then translating your website into your customer’s language makes it easier for them to do business with you.

Website Translation Into Spanish

It is much easier to influence people in their own language. If you translate your website into Spanish, you will open yourselves up to a huge global market. Taking the time to translate your webpage shows respect and appreciation towards the people you are targeting. It also promotes your business as being internationally professional.

It is a very straightforward process to convert English websites into Multi-lingual sites. All we need is the English text. Alternatively, we can work directly with your website html files and your website designer.

Over the last few years, there has been a large increase in the number of Spanish-speaking tourists visiting New Zealand and new migrants from Latin America and Spain making New Zealand home. As Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, it makes good business sense to look at translating some of your key information in your company’s tourism brochures or your website into Spanish.

Some Basic Facts

  • Spanish is the primary language of 20 countries worldwide. It is estimated that the combined total number of Spanish-speakers is between 470 and 559 million people, making it the second most widely spoken language in the world in terms of native speakers.
  • The United States of America (with 41 million native-speakers and 11.6 million bilingual-speakers) is now the world’s second largest Spanish-speaking country after Mexico (121 million).
  • In New Zealand it is estimated that there are over 61,000 Spanish-speakers (22,000 native speakers and 39,000 students).
  • Spanish is the third most used language on the Internet.

Source: Instituto Cervantes. “El español una lengua viva, Informe 2015”

Translation of websites