26Sep
By: Autumn On: September 26, 2019 In: Conferences, Interpreting Comments: 0

With today's increased focus on globalization, many professionals are doing business with people from around the world. But with so many different customs in every country, it's easy to accidentally offend someone by making the wrong gesture or saying the wrong thing.

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10Sep
By: Ronen On: September 10, 2019 In: Human Resources, Interpreting Comments: 0

Professional interpreting can turn a training seminar into the kick start your multi-language company needs to create an effective workforce, no matter the industry.

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13Aug
By: Alison On: August 13, 2019 In: Interpreting, Translation Comments: 2

Both translating and interpreting aim to communicate across languages, but being proficient at one doesn't necessarily mean you're proficient at the other.

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06Aug
By: Mark On: August 6, 2019 In: Interpreting Comments: 0

Relay interpreting is a complex process that relies upon synchronization and has its own set of unique challenges.

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30Jul
By: Mark On: July 30, 2019 In: Interpreting Comments: 0

French for whispering, chuchotage interpreting is ideal for single person audiences, but can also be used for audiences of several people.

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24Jul
By: Alison On: July 24, 2019 In: Interpreting, Medical Comments: 83

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 established a series of measures to prohibit instances of discrimination because of a person's disability. The ADA requires that the communication needs of hard of hearing and deaf persons are met, and this frequently demands the use of an ASL interpreter.

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16Jul
By: Doug On: July 16, 2019 In: Conferences, Interpreting Comments: 0

When organizing a conference or a meeting that requires simultaneous interpreters, you may need to procure an interpreting booth (or several). But interpreting booths come in varying sizes and specifications. You'll need to know which type suits your needs, or your interpreter could be left out in the cold.

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30Apr
By: Alison On: April 30, 2019 In: Conferences, Human Resources, Interpreting Comments: 0

If consecutive interpreting is a part of your next meeting, it's important to take certain factors into account in order to help the meeting run smoothly with minimal interruption.

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09Apr
By: Alison On: April 9, 2019 In: Interpreting, Languages Comments: 1

Just like spoken languages, sign languages differ significantly from one geographic region to the next, and they are rarely mutually intelligible. Read on to find out more about some of the different types of sign language and how they developed.

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02Apr
By: Ronen On: April 2, 2019 In: Conferences, Interpreting, Technology Comments: 0

Planning a multilingual conference is a lot of work, even without having to worry about the technical aspects of interpreting equipment. Luckily, if you prepare yourself and the facilities for your audio engineer in advance, you'll be free on the day of the event to focus on all the...

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