Our German translation team consists of
German is a West Germanic language and the most widely used native language in the European Union. More than 105 million people speak it as their native or second language. German is the official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein and the Autonomous Province of South Tyrol in Italy, one of the working languages of the European Union and a minority language in more than 40 countries. German ranks 11th in terms of native speakers and is currently ranked 2nd in the world's languages in terms of the number of websites and printed books. It is a pluricentric language that sounds different and sometimes uses different words depending on where it is spoken. Moreover, there are many dialects and strong dialectical differences, especially between the North and the South, which are reconsidered by the standard language, also known as written language. German is therefore a particularly diverse language in the middle of Europe. Historically, German used to be the language of commerce and government in the Habsburg Empire, which covered a large part of Central and Eastern Europe and was spoken by the inhabitants of the entire empire until the middle of the 19th century. Today it is an international language for business, scientific research, publishing and tourism.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Basel (CH), Belmont (CH), Berlin (DE), Bern (CH), Dortmund (DE), Dresden (DE), Essen (DE), Frankfurt am Main (DE), Geneva (CH), Graz (AT), Hamburg (DE), Hannover (DE), Innsbruck (AT), Kaprun (AT), Klagenfurt (AT), Lausanne (CH), Leipzig (DE), Linz (AT), Montreux (CH), München (DE), Salzburg (AT), Steyr (AT), Stuttgart (DE), Vienna (AT), Villach (AT), Zurich (CH),