2M Language Services (2M) is one of Australia's leading language service providers. Our experienced team works with large corporations, SMEs and government departments on federal, state and local council level to assist them to increase their national and global reach, increase market share, reduce health & security risks, comply with safety obligations and help them meet their KPIs and grow.
Translation and localisation from and into 200+ languages across all industries including advertising, marketing, business, tourism, mining, financial, legal, engineering, medical, information technology, life style, film scripts and literature is part of our services. The 2M Team, however, goes further and works with you to identify, define and understand key issues, offer recommendations and build strategies to successfully enter international markets and get your message across to Australia’s CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) communities.
Australia's leading language service provider assists you to widen your national and global reach and increase your market share. Take advantage of the detailed market intelligence on export targets or Australia's CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) audiences to cement your presence and guarantee exposure.
Our dedicated translation service for the export industry is made of a team of creative & local translators that ensure content effectiveness for your marketing materials. We also provide export marketing services such as brand name/IP checking and international/multilingual SEO.
Book a free 30 minute engagement session with one of our Globalisation Team experts to discuss how we can help you to grow your business overseas with translations & localisation.
Meet our team
- Indigenous Languages Series 3: Cree – Canada 08/04/2019
- Indigenous Language Series 2: Yumplatok – Torres Strait Islands 20/03/2019
- Machine Translation through the ages: From the cold war to deep learning 26/02/2019
- Indigenous Languages Series: The Guarani language 07/02/2019
- 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages 14/01/2019