English – French Translation Services

Why choose BeTranslated for your English to French translations?

Between the two founders, we have over three decades’ experience serving French clients in our native language.
So we understand the linguistic nuances of each French-speaking market.

Our global team of English to French translators covers a broad spectrum of business areas, making it easy for us to pair you with a language expert who’s familiar with your sector.

As an added level of quality assurance, an experienced project manager handles your initial request to completion.
This guarantees you a reliable point of contact and accurate translations in a timeframe to meet your deadline.

So, why translate your content into French?


Appeal to a global audience

French is an official language in 29 countries. Some 220 million French speakers, including 72 million so-called partial French speakers, live throughout the world.

Cover every continent

Together with English, French plays an important business and trade role in every continent. French is the sixth most widely spoken language on the planet.

Reach high-income global markets

French is one of several official languages of Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Monaco, as well as many African countries, South America, the Caribbean and the Pacific.

Offer the language of international institutions

French is widely used by many international organizations such as the UN, the European Union, Interpol, UNESCO, NATO, FIFA and more.

Meet some of our native French translators


A graduate in translation from the University of Liège in Belgium, Lola translates from Spanish into French, as well as from English into French, in a multitude of fields. She has extensive editorial experience in the tourism sector and has the SEO expertise to help your rank your content higher in search engines.

Frédéric Boutillier

Originally from the south of France, Frédéric has both French and Argentinean nationality. After studying industrial engineering, he spent 10 years working a systems engineer in various countries, where he combined his professional qualifications with his taste for travel. Frédéric translates from English and Spanish and specializes in technical writing, IT and tourism.


Arnaud has a master’s degree in linguistics, translation studies, literature and Anglo-Saxon civilization from the University of Nantes, as well as a degree in French as a Foreign Language from the University of Grenoble. He translates from English to French and specializes in tourism, new technologies, lifestyle, geopolitics and literature.


Virginie is a graduate of the University of Brussels and completed her postgraduate training at the K.U.Leuven (Belgium). With experience in a law firm, in the FPS Justice and in teaching, she now translates from English and Dutch into French, specializing in legal, fleet, logistics and marketing.

Technical translation

Technical translation requires not only language skills, but also expert knowledge of the subject area and market in question.


Business translation

Our experienced translators are familiar with the full range of professional and financial documents that turn the wheels of international trade.

Marketing translation

Translators specializing in marketing understand how to encourage readers to take action, so you achieve your business objectives.

IT translation

Given the fast pace of change in this sector, our translators specializing in telecommunications stay up-to-date with innovation and technology.

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