Cost Effective Business Cards in Foreign Languages
For people doing business internationally having your business card translated speaks volumes. It gives a great first impression and gets a relationship off to a good start.
Our Business Card Translation is designed to offer a quick, reliable solution to your needs.
The process is easy…
1. Send us the artwork for your current business card (in English)
2. We translate it, complete the art work and return it to you for printing.
Business Card Translation Costs
Costs vary depending on the quality and quantity of the business cards. As an indication, our translation fees typically fall into our minimum charge of £50 per language / card.
To order simply email us with your artwork and request.
If you have more specific requirements then please email us for a bespoke quote.
We can translate and design business cards in all world languages including:
Chinese Mandarin, Hindi, Spanish, English, Arabic, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Bengali, Russian, Japanese, German, Punjabi, Chinese, Javanese,Telugu, Marathi, Vietnamese, Korean, Tamil, French, Italian,Cantonese, Sindhi, Turkish, Gujarati, Maithili, Polish, Ukrainian, Persian, Farsi, Malayalam, Tamazight, Oriya, Azerbaijan, Burmese, Thai,Sundanese, Romanian, Hausa, Pashto, Serbo-Croatian, Uzbek, Dutch, Yoruba, Amharic, Indonesian, Filipino, Kurdish, Somali, Greek, Malay, Nepali, Shona, Khmer, Hungarian, Sinhalese, Fula, Czech, Zulu, Kazakh, Tajik, Belarusian, Hebrew, Swedish, Albanian, Uyghur, Bulgarian, Xhosa, Balochi, Tigrinya, Catalan, Armenian, Turkmen, Afrikaans, Mongolian, Danish, Finnish, Slovak, Swahili, Guarani, Sesotho, Romani, Norwegian, Tibetan, Tswana, Kashmiri, Georgian, Balinese, Northern Sotho, Wolof, Tsonga, Galician, Yiddish, Jamaican Creole, Kyrgyz, Waray-Waray, Ewe , Lithuanian , Luganda, Lusoga, Acehnese, Rajbangsi, Latvian, Kalenjin, Dogri, Lingala,Slovene, Macedonian, SiSwati, Irish, Tatar, Ndebele, Tonga, Sardinian, Scots, Chechen, Estonian,Basque, Welsh, Ndonga, Maltese, Samoan, Gaelic, Icelandic, Luxembourgish, Maori, Tahitian and Tongan.
Basically any language you can think of!