Getting your message across in any language

Speaking the same language promotes greater understanding. That’s why our interpreters are a vital link in situations where not everyone speaks the same language. So if you need an interpreter for an important meeting, client visit, conference or to help you deliver a service or provide relief work, we’ll select the interpreter who best fits your requirements.

Let our interpreters help you achieve growth

Globalisation is leading to a rise in demand for interpreter services. Many technological innovations are being developed to meet this growth. We embrace this trend and are responding with our own innovations such as Livewords GO and making sure our interpreters are familiar with the latest translation software. With us, you’re guaranteed the best interpreters.

The interpreting process:

1. Request

You need an interpreter. Request a quote at no obligation. We’ll be happy to advise you on the interpreting service that’s right for you.

2. Customised quote

You and your designated client manager will start by discussing your requirements. We’ll then send you a quote based on what you have specified.

3. Your personal interpreter

Once you have accepted our quote, we’ll select an interpreter who best meets the requirements of your translation project in terms of background, expertise and style.

4. Evaluation

Afterwards, we’ll ask you for feedback on the service and cooperation you’ve received, since we are only fully satisfied when you are.

What kind of interpreter do you need?

Before you book an interpreter, it’s important that you specify the kind of interpreting service you require. You can, for example, have an interpreter with you on-site or at the end of a phone. There are two different forms of interpreting: simultaneous or consecutive.

Simultaneous interpreting

This is where the interpreter listens to what is being said and translates it simultaneously into another language. This form of interpreting is highly intensive. For this reason, simultaneous interpreters always work in pairs and alternate when needed.

Consecutive interpreting

This is where the interpreter translates what is said when the speaker pauses. The interpreter will take notes and then summarise what has been said during each pause.

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