explizit — Simultandolmetscher & Konferenzberatung

Getting your priorities right

 

Conference Consultancy


An international event can stand or fall on the quality of the interpretation provided. Just give us some basic background information about your event and its purpose and we will give you expert, targeted advice.

Before your event we will discuss with you:

  • which language combinations you need;
  • the type of interpreting you require (simultaneous or consecutive);
  • the necessary conference interpreting equipment (booths, headphones, receivers etc.);
  • general contractual terms, including confidentiality and copyright conditions etc.;
  • the translation of any written conference materials.

Based on our discussions with you, we will promptly draw up a tailor-made quotation for the interpretation of your event. If you then choose us as your multilingual service provider, we will act as your central point of contact, ensuring hassle-free communication and organisation. We will take care of:

  • putting together a suitable team of interpreters;
  • arranging contracts between you, as the client, and the interpreters;
  • obtaining signed confidentiality agreements;
  • all preparations in the run-up to the conference (distributing preparatory materials to the interpreting team, creating client-specific glossaries, briefings etc.);
  • securing the services of a reliable provider of conference interpreting equipment.

Do you value clear lines of communication? Are you looking for partners who are easy to contact and will respond quickly to your needs? Explizit functions as your intermediary: we set the stage, leaving you free to concentrate on your core business.

 

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    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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    Sep 17

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