Why Choose Wolfestone?
Wolfestone combines the highest quality language solutions with a total commitment to delivering a bespoke, client-led service.
All our Welsh-speaking translators and interpreters are carefully-vetted native speakers. They have at least five years’ experience in translation and, where relevant, have sector-specific academic qualifications.
Wolfestone have provided a very professional service throughout the process, completing some very complex translation work quickly and without hassle.
What Wolfestone offers
Our linguists can cover every dialect which is spoken across the 22 Welsh counties. North and South Walian are two commonly-mentioned dialects, however, there are four: Y Wyndodeg, Y Bowyseg, Y Ddyfedeg and Y Wenhwyseg. These are associated with Welsh counties and are similar to North Walian, Mid-Walian, West Walian and South Walian, respectively. According to the Office for National Statistics, 29.8% of people in Wales speak Welsh.
Our headquarters in Swansea, Wales’s second largest city and the cultural and business hub of the South West, guarantees that we keep pace with the developments of the Welsh language. We also support various public bodies implement the two-language-policy of the Welsh Language Scheme, which confirms the official status of the Welsh language.
Clients like the Welsh Assembly Government and the top Welsh universities trust us time and time again as their Welsh language translation service provider. Many of our clients have been our partners for several years. What's more, senior staff from Wolfestone regularly lecture at local universities about the latest developments in the translation industry.
Some of our Welsh-language translation clients
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Why should businesses use Welsh translation services?
A 2018 report by the Welsh Language Commission revealed that some of the biggest brands, such as Santander, BT, Lidl and Marks & Spencer, have said that using Welsh has boosted their business and attracts new customers in Wales.
What's more, did you know that 82% of consumers said that they are more
inclined to choose a company that provides a good Welsh language service?
Types of Welsh translation
We regularly offer our Welsh language translation services for legal documents, websites and marketing campaigns to name but a few. Click on the icons to find out more about the types of translation we cover.
Welsh translation case study
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