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Speak German, reach more customers

By working with colleagues who translate into German, I can help your business reach German-speaking customers in their language.

There are two target markets in Namibia for material in German.

If your business sells its products or services to tourists, having your texts in German will give you an advantage over your competitors. German-speaking tourists are likely to perform Internet searches in their native language. Since most Namibian companies in the tourist industry don't have their material in German, if you do, you're sure to rank well in Internet searches.

If you sell mainly to Namibians, you can also benefit from translating your material into German thanks to the many German Namibians who live in the country, as well as Germans who have recently moved to the Land of the Brave.

To obtain a free quote, send an e-mail or call me using the contact details on the left-hand side or at the top of this page. You can also contact me via Facebook.

I was very impressed with the quick response, efficient service and quality of work. We will definitely use Anglo Premier Translations again.

Elzanne Wylie, Senior Associate at Ellis Shilengudwa Incorporated
Swakopmund, Namibia

About German

There are believed to be around 100 million native German speakers, and around 10-15 million speak it as a second language.

The German language is spoken over a huge area in Central Europe, including the whole of Germany, Austria, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein, as well as parts of Switzerland, Belgium, Italy (South Tyrol), Denmark, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Russia and the Ukraine.

Outside Europe, it is spoken by communities in Kazakhstan, Brazil, the United States and, of course, Namibia.

Because of its historical links with Germany, Namibia is a popular tourist destination for Germans. The German language has been spoken in Namibia since the 19th century. Although German lost its official status after World War I, many of the German settlers remained and their descendants still speak the language.