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Novatia Translation Company in Lagos offers professional translation services to Lagos based companies and organizations. Translation services are a growing need in today’s global economy. In order to be successful in your translation projects, it is essential to work with an experienced partner that provides exceptional quality and customer service.
Our translation services include:
Certified Translation Service Document Translation Service
Legal Translation Service Medical Translation Service
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Government Translation Video Translation Services
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Our service offering includes more than 5,000 languages, with professional translators, linguists, and interpreters who have experience in multiple industries and multilingual solutions.
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Our Translation Company specializes in both international and local language translations , approved by all institutions and business for market entry. We have a large team of Spanish, Russian, Hebrew, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, Bulgaria and french translators that will either localize your message or make it neutral for a broader audience.
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The economic and cultural powerhouse of the country thanks to an influx of oil money, Lagos has an exploding arts and music scene that will keep you engaged far past dawn. If you’re headed to Nigeria, you’ll have no choice but to jump right in.
As well as brilliantly buoyant culture, Lagos has bumper-to-bumper cars, noise and pollution beyond belief, a high crime rate, and maxed-out public utilities. Elevated motorways ringing the island city are jammed with speed freaks and absurd traffic jams (‘go-slows’) on top, and tin-and-cardboard shacks underneath. It’s a divided city, but an undeniably exciting one.
Named after the Portuguese word for lagoon, Lagos has been a Yoruba port, a British political centre and, until 1991, Nigeria’s capital.