As the world globalises and everything in every country becomes an international entity, precise translation from one language to another enables this global trend to continue. Incorrect spelling, missing punctuation, or poor sentence structure can have adversely effect the translated content when presented to its audience.
Italian translation is exceptionally tough. Italian is the language of over 60 million people around the world and surprisingly is spoken not just by Italians but is also the national or second language in Eritrea, Switzerland, Malta, Vatican City and San Marino as well being spoken in the UK, US, Canada, Australia, and by many South Americans.
Italian is a Latin dialect thought to have first made its appearance in the 10th century, used as random short texts and notes developed by writers for poetry and court documentation. Latin was widely popular until the very late 16th century whilst regional dialects were being developed, used, standardised and published.
Various popular writers and novelists at that time penned personalised versions of the Italian language, still heavily dependent on Latin. These dialects influenced greatly by the region they lived in, started spreading to other parts of the country which only helped to absorb and incorporate more words into this new world language. The Tuscan’s version of Italian, instrumented by writers such as Dante Alighieri, Petrarch and Boccaccio, became widely popular and preferred as the standard literary language during the 13th and 14th centuries. By the 16th century, Italian was used in political, cultural, and literary works throughout the country and Latin was becoming less popular.
There are a huge number of Italians living and working in the UAE, and in the greater part of the Middle East and North African region. So many Italians living in the UAE working for investment firms and hundreds of UAE nationals travelling to Italy for business and holiday, Italian translation in Dubai has become a necessary requirement to strengthen cultural and economic ties between the two nations.
One of the biggest markets for various Italian high-end luxury goods and services is the UAE, and with many big investment projects taking place in the nation shaped like a boot, it is inevitable that translation services in Dubai play a vital role in ensuring the language barrier does not exist.
The Italian – UAE relationship is only getting stronger. With both countries keen to boost bilateral relations, one of the key aspects for relations to strengthen is communication. The UAE demand for Italian-made luxury cars, designer brands, and interior décor has increased over the past 30 years, and as UAE national’s almost desperate ploy to own property on the lush Italian countryside increases, it has the Emirates sending heavy investments towards Italian real-estate and business ventures such as oil and gas, banking and finance, and also towards manufacturing projects for various industrial and consumer goods. This has only given further reason for both countries to continue to strengthen communication and understanding between its two people.
7G Media is one of the only professional translation companies in Dubai, and is certainly the most experienced, possessing a network of native Italian speakers who specialise in translations into Arabic and English as well as other languages like Spanish, French, Turkish and Russian. Our resources, skill and technique is unmatched in the region, with only a few other companies globally able to boast of such excellence.