Learn More about subtitling for the Swedish market
Sweden, as a nation, has one of the strongest economies in Europe and the world. According to the last report in 2020, Sweden's nominal GDP was over $563 billion US, and its per capita GDP was over $52,000 per person. As a result, Swedish people generally enjoy a very high quality of life.
This is reflected in Sweden's video content and production market statistics. The video-on-demand services in Sweden have generated €374m, and the daily reach of video content in the country is an impressive 78%. Also, households holding at least one video-on-demand subscription service within Sweden have amounted to 2.6 million as of 2020. This number has increased by over a quarter of a million compared to subscriptions in 2019.
Tailoring your video content for Swedish audiences, be it YouTube content, an infomercial, or videos for organic website use, can be your segway into this expanding Nordic market.
Do you need high-quality, accurate subtitles?
When getting your content subtitled, it is crucial to consult native Swedish speakers or language experts to get the job done correctly. Muddling up words, meanings, or synonyms can mix up your brand's message or your video's purpose. It will make your content seem unprofessional.
At Voquent, we are language specialists. We understand the need for poignant, precise translations regarding subtitling jobs. We know that it can be a challenge to know exactly what you need, be it burnt-in subtitles, SRT files, or other technical aspects of the subtitling process.
Our professional subtitling experts help us to deliver the best quality subtitles available. Every engineer we work with is vetted and approved for their expertise before working on any projects with us. Our in-house production experts ensure that the project goes smoothly and to the specifications and standards we expect.
Make sure your content is accessible to Swedish audiences all across the world. Getting high-quality, accurate subtitles is also about increasing the accessibility and reach of your content to people with hearing impairments. Don't leave anyone out, and make sure their experience is as good as it can be.