explizit — Simultandolmetscher & Konferenzberatung

Interpreting at the highest level

 

Simultaneous Interpretation & Conference Consultancy


Making sure you shine…

…on the international stage. If you are planning a multinational event and require professional interpreters why not let Explizit run the show? Our team can provide top-quality interpretation and a tried-and-tested conference consultancy service.

Whether you are organising a board meeting or a sales presentation, a training event or a press conference, you know that you are always in safe hands with Explizit’s interpreters. From the opening act until the final curtain, you can count on us for crystal-clear communication.

Explizit is not another agency out there to make a quick buck; we are a group of highly qualified interpreters with wide-ranging expertise. Our seasoned team is based in the Frankfurt Rhein-Main area but has an excellent network of professional connections covering the whole of Germany. We focus on making your event a complete success. With precision, concision and skill, we allow you to communicate effectively with your business partners and customers. Everything we do is characterised by our passion for languages and trademark professionalism.

Whether in Germany or abroad, we are here to help you and we speak your language.

So get in touch!

 

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  • Happy New Year!

    Dec 28

    Dear colleagues and customers! Twelve successful months lie behind us. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you very much for the great cooperation, your commitment and your loyalty. For the New Year we wish you and your families all the best!

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  • Researchers recently explored the link between speaking multiple languages and dementia risk

    Sep 17

    Want to maintain a good memory? Learning multiple languages could help, according to a new report. Researchers from the University of Waterloo recently conducted a study, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, to explore the association between multilingualism and dementia risk. To do so, they examined 325 Roman Catholic nuns who were members of […]

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