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Interpreter in Paris?

Hiring an interpreter in Paris can make sense for a variety of events

Types of events requiring an interpreter in Paris

International congresses: when experts, researchers and professionals from all over the world come together to share their knowledge in specific fields.

Trade shows: commercial events where companies exhibit their products and services, attracting an international audience.

Conferences and seminars: where English-speaking panelists are involved or where the audience includes participants from a variety of linguistic backgrounds. Speeches are often made in English, but less and less by native English speakers.

Company meetings: especially if the company has an international team or foreign business partners.

Cultural events such as festivals, art exhibitions and shows, where international participation is expected.

General assemblies and meetings of international associations: where delegates of different nationalities come together to discuss specific issues. The French capital is home to the headquarters of UNESCO, and many other bodies regularly call on the services of, at least, an interpreter in Paris.

Product presentations: for companies launching products on the international market. The Paris region is an ideal setting for both luxury and gastronomy. What better setting for a successful product launch? Rap and R&B stars are well aware of this, as Jay-Z and Beyonce took over the Louvre Museum to shoot the most glamorous music video in history!

The presence of an interpreter in Paris guarantees fluid and effective communication.

It also facilitates mutual understanding between participants, regardless of their mother tongue. This is particularly important in an international context such as Greater Paris. Particularly in 2024, as the French capital prepares to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games, when many different cultures and languages will come together in the Ile-de-France region, in the Olympic Village.

Paris has a major interpreting school, a breeding ground for multilingual professionals. You might want to hear about the ESIT school alumni directly.

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