TRANSLATION SERVICES IN NORWEGIAN
Ampere Nordic provides Norwegian translation services to leading brands who need to communicate beyond the Scandinavian borders, as well as to international companies expanding into Norway.
Norway is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, thanks in part to its crude oil and natural gas exports. Unemployment rates are low, and incomes are evenly distributed, making every person a consumer.
Did you know that the United States is Norway’s favourite long haul destination? Norwegians love going on holiday abroad. They are experienced travellers, and while summer remains the primary vacation season for them, they also travel abroad in autumn and winter to get away from the cold!
Even though almost all Scandinavians speak perfect English, you may be interested to hear that more than 70% of people feel that, when making an online purchase, having the information in in their own language is more important than a low price.
We are proud to say that many international tour operators and hotels have trusted our expertise in travel and tourism translations.
If your brand is not reaching its full potential in America or Europe, Ampere Nordic will tell the story of your brand in a way that connects with your audience, enabling your business to grow across your target markets.
REACHING EUROPE AND AMERICA
Each year, several hundred thousand tourists from all over the world visit Norway. Oslo, Bergen and Tromsø – one of the best places to see the northern lights – are among their favourite destinations.
National parks and traditional fishing villages are some of the most popular attractions. If your company is not reaching its full potential in America or Europe, Ampere Nordic will tell the story of your brand in a way that connects with your audience, enabling your business to grow across your target markets.
Norwegian is Norway’s official language, and it is also spoken in parts of Denmark and Sweden. It belongs to the North Germanic family tree, and it is closely related to Icelandic and Faroese. As established by law, the two official forms of written Norwegian are Bokmål and Nynorsk.
Interestingly, Norwegian is among the few European tonal languages, that is a language where the tone in a syllable distinguishes lexical or grammatical meaning of two otherwise identical words.
There is a great similarity between many Norwegian and English words. Hallo (Hello), Velkommen (Welcome) and Takk (Thank you) are some examples.
WE DRIVE YOUR MESSAGE TO THE NORTH AND BACK
Thanks to our consolidated experience of providing services in the Nordic languages, we know how to communicate your message in your target market.
Please get in touch and let us know how we can help you.