What we do
Going to sign a document at the notary public's office and you need an interpreter? Or perhaps you need to negotiate some clauses or sign a contract with a foreign citizen? Are you organizing a seminar or a product launch and you have foreign participants or speakers?
We provide interpreters to facilitate communication from German, English, Italian, Spanish and French.
Consecutive interpreting is a form of oral translation during which the speaker pauses its speech to allow the interpreter time to translate.
Consecutive interpreting may be useful at the notary public for signing documents or contracts in a foreign language, at business meetings, interviews or workshops.
Simultaneous interpreting is one of the most difficult types of oral translation. It requires translation in headphones or speakers at the same time with the speaker, who will not make any pauses in speech. A simultaneous interpreter must possess a certain set of skills such as: fast thinking, extraordinary concentration ability, very good memory, distributed attention, very good elocution and – most of all – native-level proficiency in the language she or he interprets.
Simultaneous interpreting is usually needed during conferences, congresses or international summits attended by participants of multiple nationalities.