Are you organising a small meeting, a one-on-one interview, a large-scale conference for hundreds of delegates, or attending a trade show? If you need to speak to clients, colleagues, partners or suppliers in their own language, then some form of face-to-face interpreting is probably the answer for you. Finding the right interpreter is very important, as it can be the difference between a successful event or a disorganised meeting.
translate plus only ever works with trusted linguists who have previous experience in your field or industry. We offer a variety of options, from consecutive, liaison, whispered, relay, and simultaneous interpreting, as well as sound system and interpreting equipment. With our trusted interpreters and partners worldwide, we have provided interpreting for the world’s largest organisations in Europe, Asia, the United Sates, Latin America and Africa.
In simultaneous interpretation (SI), our linguist will interpret the message into the target-language while the source language speaker is speaking. The interpreter is seated in a sound-proof booth and speaks into a microphone, while clearly being able to see and hear the source language speaker. Listeners hear the interpretation through earphones.
In consecutive interpreting (CI), the interpreter speaks after the source language speaker has finished speaking. The speech is divided into segments and the interpreter is positioned next to the speaker, listening and taking notes. When the speaker pauses or finishes speaking, the interpreter then renders the message into the target language.
Organising and executing an event with numerous interpreters and high-quality equipment can be confusing, complicated, and costly, but it doesn’t have to be. translate plus are experienced in creating world-class solutions for our clients at a wide range of events, from very high-profile international conferences to more intimate business meetings. If required, we can provide interpreting equipment including PA systems, push-to-talk microphones, headsets/receivers, interpreter booths and control consoles, relay equipment, on-site technicians, as well as presentation equipment such as projectors and screens.