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AIIC in Casablanca

A meeting of AIIC's Private Market Sector brought together interpreters from around the world to discuss market developments, standards & working conditions, and the challenges of a changing world.

The Consultant Interpreter

Consultant interpreters, in addition to working as interpreters, offer conference organisers a specialised service: recruiting and coordinating a team of interpreters.

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Most interpreters are freelance. Some are employees of international institutions or large companies. Every interpreting career is different.

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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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What's new on

Last month, this website entered its 8th year of operation serving over 26,000 pages a day. Now we are happy to roll out three new services.

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How is your business organised?

In 1984 a NAS-AIIC working party was set up to study "groups of conference interpreters" - i.e. the different ways in which individual freelance interpreters had joined forces with the intention of organising their markets more effectively and to counteract growing "grey market" competitors. The working party carried out a survey among the AIIC membership and presented the results at the Berlin Assembly that year. A report was subsequently published in the September 1984 issue of the AIIC Bulletin.

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Talks among conference interpreters about their profession and craft.