Ensure superior linguistic comprehension for attendees with seamless delivery of your messaging, accurately interpreted in their native languages.

Interpro’s experienced professionals work with you to plan, prepare and deliver multilingual content for your conferences, conventions, board meetings, training sessions, lectures, speeches, or other events.

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Host Stress-Free, Multilingual Events with Interpro

We’ll provide you with an onsite event project manager as well as technical support staff to keep things running smoothly and efficiently. By eliminating language barriers, we help you facilitate clear exchanges between your attendees and speakers. Our skilled interpreters are physically present, working in strategically placed soundproof booths, located in the same room as the speakers. Attendees listen to clear, accurate interpreting through headsets and receivers we provide.

Simultaneous and Consecutive Interpreting

Interpro offers simultaneous on-site interpreting for your large events, as well as consecutive on-site interpreting for situations where simultaneous dialogue is not a requirement. Our experts will provide recommendations on the best solution for you.

What is Simultaneous Interpreting?

Simultaneous interpreting (also known as conference interpreting or conference translation) occurs in real time, concurrently with the original speech. As one or more interpreters translate the speaker’s words into the target language, the interpreted content is sent directly to listeners’ smartphones or headphones with limited pauses, interruptions or adjustments to pacing or timing. This format is especially appropriate when providing multilingual listeners with large amounts of information, and is often used for live events and larger settings, such as conferences, focus groups, webinars, board meetings, and tours.

What is Consecutive Interpreting?

Consecutive interpreting flows like a conversation and occurs after the speaker finishes. The interpreter relays the information to the listener, the listener responds, and the interpreter then communicates the response back to the original speaker. This back-and-forth format can double conversation time because it requires a pause after each point of communication to allow for interpreting. Consecutive interpreting is typically used in smaller settings involving a limited number of people, such as interviews, school conferences, and medical consultations.

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