Take advantage of fully flexible Danish translation services
Explore how to get the very best out of the Danish translation services you need in London, across the UK or globally. As a specialist in all European languages, we give you an uncomplicated, one-stop solution for all your translation needs.
The linguists chosen for your project will be hand-picked from our top-notch team of Danish translators. They are exclusively industry-leading, in-country professionals. In addition to being a native-speaker, being on-the-spot means they are constantly on top of developments in how the language is used.
Your linguist will be a subject matter specialist too. Your project might feature technical content from your specific industry. Or rely on persuasive marketing techniques. Whatever your focus, we pair you with the right kind of professional. Qualified and highly experienced.
In tandem with our dedicated project management team, our ISO:9001 and ISO:17100-accredited Danish translators guarantee both you and your target audience will be completely satisfied with your project
Why use Kwintessential?
- Quality Results: Kwintessential provides high-quality Danish translation services that ensure accuracy and precision in the end product.
- Professional Translators: Kwintessential’s translators are all native speakers of Danish, with expert knowledge of the language and its culture.
- Fast Turnaround Times: Kwintessential’s experienced professionals can promptly provide Danish translations.
- Competitive Rates: Kwintessential offers competitive rates for its Danish translation services, making it an attractive option for businesses and individuals.
- Comprehensive Solutions: From document translation to website localisation, Kwintessential provides comprehensive solutions tailored to the specific needs of its clients.
- Partner with native Danish Translators
Being a native speaker ensures that your Danish translator always creates a final version of your content that looks completely natural to a native reader.
This means we use a native Danish speaker for all English to Danish translations. Conversely, it means we use a native English speaker for Danish to English projects.
Combined, this means our fully qualified, highly experienced professional linguists always deliver translated content to you that is fluent, persuasive and accurate.
Danish translation across the full A-Z of subjects
What field are you in? Advertising? Banking? Business? Finance? Defence?
Whatever your specialist area, we match you with a linguist who has almost as much experience and qualifications in the field as you do.
Clients who use our Danish translation services in London, the UK, across Europe and around the globe do so because they know that their materials will pass through the hands of specialists who really know what they are talking about.
Some of our most recent projects have included:
- Manufacturing translations
- Financial translations
- Life sciences translations
- Publishing sector translations
- Automotive translations
- Design and advertising translations
- Retail translations
- Education and training translations
- Logistics translations
Order Danish translations in any scope or format
You can have us work with image files, websites, hard copies, emails, Word documents, PDFs and a huge array of other formats. Whatever it is that you prefer to work in.
With our multilingual DTP service, we can drop your completed translations into brochures, business cards, packaging – any project you have on your hands. We can always deliver Danish translations to your London or international office which are ready to be published.
Contact Kwintessential for Danish translation service
At Kwintessential, we understand the importance of effective communication in the business world. We’re proud to offer our top-notch Danish translation services to companies based in London and the UK.
Our team of expert linguists is dedicated to providing accurate and culturally-appropriate translations that help our clients succeed in their global efforts. So why not take advantage of our services today? Contact us to learn how we can help you break down language barriers and expand your business globally. Trust us to be your go-to partner for all your Danish translation needs.
About the Danish language
The Danish language is part of the North Germanic branch of the Indo-European languages. It is mainly spoken in Denmark, Greenland, Germany, Norway and Sweden. Roughly 6 million people speak Danish as their native language. The written form of the language is derived from Old Norse and dates back to around 1250 AD. Danish is closely related to Norwegian and Swedish, with the main differences being pronunciation and some minor dialectical variations. Danish also has several distinct dialects based on region. The key features of modern Danish include many loanwords from Low German and French, extensive use of suffixes, noun declensions, and vowel reduction. It is estimated that around 80,000 words are used in the Danish language.
Danish is considered one of the easiest languages for English speakers to learn due to its similarity with English and other Germanic languages. It can also be difficult for non-native speakers because of its unique grammar rules and pronunciation. The official standard form of written Danish is Retskrivningsordbogen, first published in 1954. It is the official orthography for all Danish and Greenlandic language use. Other unofficial forms of written Danish are also used, such as the popular slang Jysk or informal speech-based writing called Bønskens. The Danish Language Council works to promote the Danish language and protect it from foreign influences. It also ensures that Danish remains the official language in Denmark, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands.
The Council also advises on language matters regarding using Danish as a second language in other countries. Several organisations are dedicated to promoting the use of Danish worldwide, such as The International Association for Danish Language and Literature (Dansk Sprog- og Litteraturselskab). The Danish Language Council also works to preserve dialects of the language in Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands. The most prominent dialect is South Jutlandic, spoken in parts of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Approximately 2 million people speak South Jutlandic as their native language. This dialect is also known for its unique pronunciation and vocabulary, which differs from Standard Danish.
In addition to promoting the use of the Danish language worldwide, organisations such as Dansk Sprog- og Litteraturselskab also work to preserve and promote traditional Danish literature. Works by Hans Christian Andersen, Henrik Ibsen and Karen Blixen are just a few of the most well-known authors from Denmark whose works have been translated into many languages worldwide. Danish is an essential language in Scandinavia, and its influence can be seen in neighbouring countries such as Germany, Sweden and Norway. It is an integral part of the culture and heritage in Denmark, which is why it is essential to preserve and promote its use.
Danish is also a second language in many parts of the world, notably Greenland and the Faroe Islands. It is estimated that more than 30 million people can understand Danish to some degree. The language is also used in international organisations such as NATO and the European Union. Danish is a language with a rich history and cultural significance, which makes it an essential part of the Scandinavian culture. Its use worldwide continues to grow, making it an increasingly important language for people to learn.