Irish translation services designed for your industry
Get specialists in your field or sector to handle your latest Irish translation project in London, the UK, Ireland, or anywhere in the world.
Your field might be banking and finance. Healthcare. Aeronautical engineering. Whatever sector you’re in, we make sure the Irish translator handling your project has matching qualifications and/or experience.
It’s the only way to guarantee that you get localisation of the highest quality. Plus, it is backed up by the fact that all of our linguists are native speakers and we meet the critical ISO:9001 and ISO:17100 quality standards.
Talk to us today about what your latest project entails. We’ll assign you your own personal account manager and provide a free quote right away.
Why use Kwintessential?
We are a team of native Irish speakers with extensive experience providing accurate translations. Our translators are all experts on Ireland’s language, culture, and history, so you can be sure your translations will be authentic and perfect for any situation.
We ensure that all our translation services meet the highest quality standards. Our strict quality assurance process ensures that the translations are accurate, consistent and conform to international norms.
We offer services such as document translation, subtitling, dubbing and interpretation to ensure you get exactly what you need in Irish language translation services.
We deliver our translations quickly and on time. We understand the importance of deadlines and always strive to provide your project on time.
Our prices are competitive, and we guarantee service satisfaction. We understand that budget can concern many organisations, so we offer affordable rates without sacrificing quality.
Get Irish translations from subject matter specialists
It is a combination of extensive industry experience and/or qualifications that we are looking for when we match your project with the most suitable Irish translator.
We regularly deal with a range of clients coming from various sectors, including:
- Manufacturing translations
- Financial translations
- Chemical and pharmaceutical translations
- Healthcare translations
- Government translations
- Publishing sector translations
- Design and advertising translations
- IT hardware and software translations
Choosing our Irish translators in London
Draw upon the expertise and professionalism of our carefully selected team of Irish translators. These committed professionals are all qualified and experienced veterans who only translate into their native tongue.
This means we prefer Irish native speakers for English to Irish translation and English native speakers for Irish to English.
You can count on us to provide Irish translation services for projects in London, across the UK, Ireland, and globally dealing with all manner of subjects in all conventional formats, including:
- Image files
- Critical documents
- Word files, PDFs, and all kinds of file formats
Have us localise anything from your e-learning materials to packaging, brochures to online articles, marketing, business cards, and much more besides. With an in-house team of DTP specialists standing by, we make sure your materials are always fit for the purpose you’ve designed them for.
Contact us today
Our expert linguists and translators are dedicated to providing top-notch translations for companies in London and the UK.
We understand the importance of accurate and localised translations and pride ourselves on being the go-to source for Irish language services. We’ve covered whether you need marketing materials, legal documents, or website localisation. Don’t let language barriers hold you back – take advantage of our Irish translation services and start expanding your business today!
About the Irish language
The Irish language (Gaeilge) is an indigenous Goidelic language of the Indo-European language family, originating in Ireland. It is the national and first official language of the Republic of Ireland and an officially recognised minority language in Northern Ireland. There are approximately 1.77 million native speakers of Irish worldwide, with the majority of speakers living in Ireland. Irish is one of the oldest written vernacular languages, continuously used since the 5th century CE. It has a highly complex grammatical structure and is considered one of the more difficult Celtic languages to learn. The language has undergone many changes but retains many similarities to its ancient ancestor. It is also the only living Celtic language in Ireland today, with Scottish Gaelic and Manx declining in usage in recent years. The current Irish form is Standard Irish or An Caighdeán Oifigiúil (the official standard). This is the language used by most public bodies and officials in Ireland.
The language continues to be an essential part of Irish culture and identity today. The Irish government has invested heavily in promoting the language both within Ireland and abroad, with Gaeltacht areas established in many parts of the country where Irish is the dominant language. Several regional dialects are spoken throughout the country, including Donegal Irish, Ulster Irish and Connacht Irish. There are also initiatives to encourage its usage in schools and by younger generations.
The Irish language is an integral part of Ireland’s culture and heritage, and its continued growth will be essential for ensuring that it remains a vibrant part of life in the future.