EXPAND YOUR BUSINESS TO SERBIA
Would you like to step into the Serbian flourishing market? As experts in Slavic languages and folklores, our experienced team is here to help you find the best Serbian mother tongue translators for expanding your business and build the greatest relationship with your target audience thanks to their varied fields of specialisation.
We offer highly-rated translation and localisation services. Send us your translation projects at any time of the day and get an instant quote completely free of charge.
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NATIVE SERBIAN TRANSLATORS AND
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As experts in Slavic languages and cultures, we will provide you with language services with outstanding 24/7 customer support since our team consists of project managers in different time zones such as in Berlin, London and Des Moines, IA (USA).
Get in touch with us and an experienced project manager will assign your translation projects to the most suitable native translator who meet the ISO 17100 quality standards and possesses several years of professional experience and/or have a certified graduate qualification in translation from higher education institutions.
Furthermore, we rely on professionals from other fields, such as lawyers, doctors, and engineers in order to accelerate the translation process and ensure the highest quality of translations.
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Serbia is a landlocked country crossed by the Danube, which has always been an important source for international trade and logistics companies for this country.
Serbians mostly live in the capital, Belgrade, which is one of the largest and oldest cities in Southeastern Europe.
Thanks to new government plans to improve the business environment, Serbia has seen strong economic growth and significant fiscal consolidation in the last few years. According to the IMF, it is now considered a medium-high developing country. In fact, since 2000, it has attracted large multinationals from Russia and China to invest billions in the energy and metallurgic sectors.
Serbian was recognised as an official language in the Ottoman Empire already and it is today the official language of this country. The official alphabet is Cyrillic but the Latin one is also very common.
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