A recent study by the prestigious Cervantes Institute boldly declared that the United States is now the second largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, just after Mexico.
What’s more, they project that by 2050 the U.S. will become the largest Spanish speaking country on earth, surpassing Mexico.
Can You Afford to Ignore This Untapped Market?
Already Spanish represents the second most important language in the world, after English.
Spanish is also the second most spoken language in the U.S. – with more speakers than French, German, Italian, Hawaiian, Chinese and Native American languages, combined.
It’s no secret that most people prefer to be spoken and marketed to in their own native tongue… the one that provides them the greatest comfort level.
And in today’s global world, you can’t afford to shrug off non-English speakers.
Native Spanish speakers represent a robust and growing consumer market, as well as a key demographic politically.
Don’t Knock the Spending Power of 41 Million Spanish Speakers
Just think of the spending power of 41 million native Spanish speakers – plus another 11.6 million who are bilingual.
This is especially true in the Southwestern U.S. But nearly every major American city has huge numbers of Spanish speakers.
This opportunity should be especially apparent to any global organization, as well as to local and regional groups.
And that’s only scratching the surface, as you could easily choose to tap into the Mexican, European, and South American markets with your products.
Besides the consumer market, today’s global economy presents legal, medical, financial and technical marketplace challenges and translation needs.
This is where Translate2Spanish shines, and can make a major difference for your bottom line – and potentially for keeping you out of legal or regulatory hot water too.
Specializing EXCLUSIVELY in Your Spanish Needs
While some companies translate into dozens of languages, we specialize exclusively in the Spanish speaking market.
We know it intimately. We’re your go-to source for all your Spanish translation needs.
All our translators are native Spanish speakers who are also fluent in English. They understand localization, different Spanish dialects, and the subtleties of the culture as it ties to the language.
They have been specially vetted for their superior linguistic skills, and have passed stringent translation certifications, as well as earning BA degrees.
An expert project manager or another independent expert linguist checks every translation to give you complete peace of mind and the assurance that it is accurate, reflects the intended voice of the original English, and suitably localizes the translation to those who will be reading it.