An interpreter is working from the booth to provide the immediate translation of a speech directly into the chosen language. The public will receive headphones to listen to the translation.
The interpreter will use a special note-taking technique and will provide the translation once the speaker has delivered the whole or, if the text is long or complex, a significant part of the speech.
If, during a conference, only one or very few people need interpreting services, the interpreter sits with them and "whisper" the translation directly to their hears and not from the booth.
An interpreter will assist you during business meetings with foreign partners.
Interpreting at exhibitions
An interpreter is available at your stand to provide assistance duringthe venue you are taking part to.