Philadelphia Translation Services

Corporate & Technical Document Translation Services - Philadelphia

Technovate delivers ‘Peace of Mind’ with every translation project we undertake. With 6,000+ Translators specializing across various technical fields and industries in over 200 languages. Our quality control systems have been time tested and meet the rigorous standards of the 4,000 clients we’ve helped with over 20,000 projects. Call, email or send us your file and we’ll deliver by your deadline every time!

Important Industries of Philadelphia

With a gross metropolitan product of more than $340 billion, Philadelphia is one of the seven largest American cities by economic impact. The city is also the fourth largest media market in the United States. The city plays host to media giant Comcast, as well as other Fortune 500 firms, including insurance companies, energy companies, food services companies, chemical companies, and pharmaceutical companies. Today, Philadelphia is a hub of information technology and service industry jobs.

200+ Languages

We translate in over 200 of the world’s most popular languages and dialects. We translate for your audience. If your audience is the Chilean market we can translate specifically for that market. If you’re market is African French we translate for that market. You give us the specific language and dialect you require and that’s exactly what you will receive. We can consult with you to help you decide if you would like guidance.

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About Philadelphia

Translation Services Philadelphia

Philadelphia is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and America’s fifth largest city by population. The combined city-county of Philadelphia has more than 1.5 million residents in a metropolitan area of more than 4 million people. The city was founded by William Penn in 1682 and played an essential role in the American Revolution and in the development of the U.S. Constitution. It briefly served as the American capital before the founding of Washington, D.C. The city grew rapidly on the strength of manufacturing, but as U.S. manufacturing declined, the city transitioned toward an information technology and service industry economy, sparking revitalization in recent decades. Philadelphia is a majority-minority city in which around six in 10 residents is a member of a minority group. Only eight in 10 residents speak English as their first language, with Spanish and Chinese the most popular non-English languages, with 10% and 1.6% of Philadelphians speaking each respectively as a first tongue.

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