Language AI meets first-class service: we're merging with Textshuttle. Learn more

Supertext. The name says it all.

Creating first-class copy since 2005.

We make reading a pleasure.

In German, English, French, Italian and 100 other languages. Our mission: to free the world from bad copy.

Supertext portrait

Founded in 2005, Supertext ranked among the top 100 European technology startups as early as 2008. More than 6,000 companies use our online services. Not only can they order and manage their copywriting and translation projects online, they also benefit from our technical expertise and intelligent use of translation memories, termbases and online workflow integration.

Today, 100 full-time members of staff coordinate the work of more than 3,000 copywriters, proofreaders and translators for national and international clients from all industries. Supertext handles more than 6,000 projects every month and is one of the most innovative global language service providers.

One for all. All for you.

A super mix of language fetishists, internet freaks and administration nuts.
Get to know the Supertext team.

Locally grown, globally present

Supertext works with in-house teams in Zurich and Berlin and a network of more than 3,000 hand-picked language professionals worldwide.

Supertext Berlin


The supersidiary on Mehringdamm in Kreuzberg.

Supertext Zurich


The mothership in Switzerland.

Scrutinized, standardized and certified.
According to ISO 17100, 18587, 9001 and 27001.

Supertext is certified for its translation quality as well as its quality management system. And has been happy to receive a few renowned awards over the years.

Nimdzi 100 2021

Slator LSP Index

ATA Member

Trados LSP Partner

bela Award

Red Herring

Sales Excellence Award

Inc 5000 Europe

The Supertext newsletter (in German)

Exciting news from the world of languages


You will receive no more than one email per month. Your email address will not be shared.


Past editions

Not quite sure yet? Check out our past campaigns with interesting stories from Amharic to Zulu.

View newsletter archive