So you don’t need a Russian translator. The Cold War is over. There aren’t any Russians in America. Why should you have a Russian translator? Well, if you run a business that operates with foreign entities, you might run into some Russians.
You are an investment firm that deals with international investors who want to invest in the United States. A Russian investor comes to you wanting to invest. He’s very rich and plans to invest a lot of money. The only problem is that he doesn’t speak English. If you hire a Russian translator, who has a lot of experience with the Russian language, customs, and courtesies, it will help you communicate with the potential investor in the proper way. This will help you land the account.
You are an executive and you want to expand into Russia. In order to do that, you’ll need to learn the Russian business laws and fill out a lot of paperwork. All the paperwork and laws are in Russian. A Russian translator can help you read and understand the business laws as well as help you fill out the paperwork, if you aren’t given any English versions.
If you’re a professional academic, you will research many topics and events. You may not be a Russian specialist but some of the documents that you are using might be in Russian. You can’t learn Russian in a short period of time. Even if you could translate all the documents into English, you won’t understand them fully because there may be fine details in the literature that are obvious to a Russian speaker but mean nothing to an English one. A Russian translator will help you with this.
You can hope that all Russians can speak a little English, but you shouldn’t count on it. For more information, contact us.