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Freelance interpreters

Freelance conference interpreters are employed on a short-term basis. They work for various clients in succession, depending on demand and their capabilities.

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Where interpreters work

Conference interpreters serve the demand for high-quality interpretation services from clients who need to be sure of perfect communication.

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Business clients

'Business clients' is a general term, covering all clients for whom freelance interpreters work except national/international governmental organisations.

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Conference interpreters in Germany

Germany is notable for its geographical location in the centre of Europe and it prides itself on being one of the world’s leading exporters.  This means, too, that there is a lot of cross-border exchange.  There are many conference towns and cities in Germany.  Conference interpreters in Germany work mainly for business and industry but also for the media, with a large number of private and public broadcasters.

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Geneva, international city par excellence

At the heart of Western Europe, at the foot of the Alps and the Jura mountains, Geneva has been a multicultural city and a major international crossroads for diplomatic and humanitarian affairs since the XIX Century, when the International Committee of the Red Cross was founded.

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A Brussels sprout view of interpretation

Ah Brussels!!! What can I tell you, my experienced and well-travelled interpreter colleagues, my knowledgeable and distinguished conference organisers, about Brussels that you don't already know? You've visited the Grand' Place, you've tasted the moules at Chez Léon, you've seen the Atomium from all imaginable angles... still, Brussels is a city that holds many secrets in any aspect of daily life.

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Conference interpreting in mainland China

An overview of the development of conference interpreting in the world's largest developing country, and a glance at the joys - and challenges - of working as conference interpreters in a rapidly changing China at the start of the 21st century.

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