If your business has clients, customers or employees from all over the world, there’s enough reason for you to localize your marketing/website content in different languages. Finnish is spoken in Canada, Estonia, Norway, Russian Federation, Sweden, United States, although the majority of the Finnish speakers live in Finland. Research suggests that customers are four times as likely to buy if website content is presented in their language. Finnish to English translation of website, software, documents is the best way of communication with your Finnish speaking audience.
It is no more tough to get high-quality, accurate and authorized Finnish-English translation services anywhere in India. We focus on the domain-specific knowledge, specialized terminology and native instinct of the translators. We have different both, native and non-native-speaking Finnish translators and we allocate work to them according to the assignment’s requirement. We have a team of Finnish translators with suitable knowledge and background of the industries we serve for. Our translations are accepted by all major institutions, embassies and consulates in the world.
Our clients are from these industries – BFSI – Legal, E-Learning – Voiceover, Healthcare & Pharmaceutical, IT & ITES, Market Research, Web & Research, Marketing & Localization, Technical (Engineering).
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Here are 5 interesting Finnish facts you didn’t know –
1. The oldest piece of written Finnish is a spell.
– It was written on a birch bark letter and is difficult to interpret into modern Finnish, but is believed to be some kind of spell.
2. Finnish literature was popularised by one man.
– In 1870, by author Aleksis Kivi, thought to be the first novel written and published in Finnish (ironic given that Kivi’s parents were Swedish speakers).
3. One Finnish word is used worldwide.
– The sauna was invented in Finland and is a cultural staple of the country. Subsequently, the word is spelled the same in most other languages, although in Finnish it is pronounced as ‘sow-nah’ rather than ‘saw-nuh’.
4. The Finnish love literal words.
– A refrigerator is an ‘ice cupboard’ (jääkaappi), a computer is a ‘knowledge machine’ (tietokone), and a treadmill is a ‘running carpet’ (juoksumatto).
5. Finnish has one of the world’s longest words.
– The longest word has 61 letters, lentokonesuihkuturbiinimoottoriapumekaanikkoaliupseerioppilas, which means ‘airplane jet turbine engine auxiliary mechanic non-commissioned officer student’.
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