Learn more about subtitling for the Danish market
Danish is the official national language of Denmark and the Faroe Islands and an official European Union language. It is spoken by millions of people, chiefly across Europe. The Danes make up most native-speaking populations; Danish is the first language for approximately 20% of people across Greenland and a minority language in Germany. Despite this, content is often not catered to this significant audience. You don't want to lock yourself out of this demographic, as they offer excellent potential to enhance the reach of any video content.
Our Danish subtitles are carefully translated and proofread to ensure that they capture the meaning of the speech at an affordable price.
The Danish live well. They have an advanced and prosperous society with a GDP of $450 billion. The average Danish citizen earns around $55,000 each year. This leaves the population with a significant amount of disposable income to spend on entertainment and luxuries. This makes Denmark a great audience to cater to with any project.
Why choose Voquent for Danish subtitles?
Access to content should not be a privilege; it is a right.
At Voquent, we only provide the highest quality Danish subtitling services to ensure equality of content consumption. Voquent offers high-quality video subtitling services. With a team of experienced Danish translators, we offer quick turnaround times and competitive pricing. Your subtitles will be easy to read and remain close to the meaning of the original spoken audio.
Some cheaper subtitling companies cut corners by using machine transcription and translation tools. We never solely rely on automated methods. All of our transcription and translation services utilise human audiovisual experts for accurate results guaranteed.
All of our linguistic experts are certified by us to the highest standard. Your translations will be of the top professional quality on the market.
No matter the size or style of your project, we can get the job done. Reach out today for a no-obligation quote.