Russian Translation Services UK
Are you looking for a Russian translation services provider for your language projects? Wolfestone is well placed to help you achieve your communication objectives.
As the largest country in the world, with more than 140 million people, the Russian Federation is also a huge potential export market. In 2011 UK exports to Russia increased by 30% from 2010, combining a total of £4.78 billion. At Wolfestone it is our goal to support you along your journey with our Russian translation services to enter the most rapidly growing export market.
Why choose Wolfestone as your Russian translation services provider?
Wolfestone regularly undertakes Russian interpreting and translation services for small companies and global players. Clients choose Wolfestone because of the quality and service, and many of our clients have been our partners for many years.
All our Russian speaking translators and interpreters are carefully vetted, have at least four years’ experience in translation and where relevant, have sector specific academic qualifications.
Wolfestone keeps close links with the Chamber of Commerce. Our co-founder Anna Bastek was a guest speaker at the popular event that gave an introduction to business prospects in Russia. Besides that, our company blog regularly publishes posts about current Russian business, culture and language topics.
The population of Russia is 142, 136, 075. Russian is classed as a Slavic language spoken primarily in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. Russia is the 8th most spoken language in the world by native speakers and 5th by the total number of speakers.
One of the characteristics of the language is that it uses the Cyrilic alphabet instead of the Latin alphabet. In 2013 it was announced that Russian is the second-most used language on the internet after English.
The country’s economic power lies in its key natural resources of oil and gas, which make up 80% of the export market. Figures from the International Market Advisor (IMA) show that by 2030 the Federation needs to invest more than $1 trillion to meet demand.