Tag: Interpreting

Global Talk Reports Strong Growth in 2023

Global Talk, Europe's second-largest interpreting service provider, achieved significant growth in 2023, offering insights into interpreting trends, client acquisitions, and technological innovations.
Katharine Allen

Katharine Allen

If there is ever a "Language Industry Hall of Fame," Katharine will surely be among the inaugural inductees. Katharine is an established healthcare and community interpreter with over three decades of experience.
Josh Goldsmith

Josh Goldsmith

Josh has mastered the art of public speaking and makes everything he teaches come across clearly. He is one of my greatest mentors.

HeliCo Global Launches New Website

We invite you to explore our new website and discover how our interpretation and translation services can transform the way you communicate.

Each Step Matters to Ensure Language Access – In-Person Conference

The Orange County Department of Education - Language Services team provides bilingual professional learning opportunities and experiences for all interpreters, translators, bilingual staff, school...

Total Event Globalization An E2E language experience

Viviana Bernabe and Aki Hayashi decode the future of global events, emphasizing the vital role of comprehensive language strategies. Dive into innovations, from AI in live translations to the essence of human interpreting. Discover how to not just host, but truly globalize your event for a worldwide resonance.

Lack of interpreters hampers western efforts to train Ukrainian military

Germany and its allies are struggling to train Ukrainian soldiers on donated military hardware due to a severe shortage of qualified interpreters, according to...

Words of Penitence

Amidst the shadows of Canada's troubling past with residential schools, Pope Francis embarked on a "penitential pilgrimage" in 2022, offering apologies on behalf of the Catholic Church. Interpreter Maggie Putulik, amidst a team of diverse linguistic experts, played a pivotal role in ensuring the Pope's profound message reached hearts across Canada. Andrew Warner delves deep into the behind-the-scenes preparations, the emotions, and the resonance of this historic visit in this month's issue for MultiLingual.

Better pay means better quality of interpreting in Ireland in 2023

Ireland-based language specialists Translit have called for better pay for interpreters in their country going into the New Year with this sector providing a...

AP Spanish students are no substitute for professional interpreters

When a group of Advanced Placement (AP) Spanish students in Martha’s Vineyard stepped in to act as impromptu interpreters for non-English-speaking migrants last week, mainstream media outlets presented it as a touching, good Samaritan-esque detail in part of a larger, more unsettling story.

Global Interpreting Services Launches Program to Bridge Communication Gaps

Global Interpreting Services Launches Program to Bridge Communication Gaps eLearning course designed to teach law enforcement to effectively communicate  CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich.: Global Interpreting Services...

Settlement agreement mandates that Chicago public schools provide interpreting and translation...

On Friday June 23, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and the Board of Education of the City of Chicago agreed to a settlement with a group of parents who filed a federal lawsuit after being denied interpreting and translation services.

NHS spent £66 million on translation and interpreting services in 2019/2020,...

Freedom of information requests sent to all 244 NHS Trusts revealed that the spending on translation and interpreting services increased on average by 6% year on year.

DA Languages wins contract with one of UK’s biggest government departments

Manchester language services provider, DA Languages, has been awarded new contracts with several police forces, and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). The work...

Telehealth platform Coviu adds on-demand access to language support

Australian telehealth company Coviu has partnered with language services provider Ezispeak Health to provide on-demand access to language support via video telehealth. Available in over...

GLOBO Invests in the Future of ASL Interpreting Professionals

April 2022 –  Crabtree, a GLOBO company, is proud to announce the expansion of professional development opportunities for American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting students attending San Antonio College. GLOBO acquired...

Interprefy and Congress Rental Network partner up to reduce hybrid conference...

Zurich, 16 March 2022 - Remote simultaneous interpretation provider, Interprefy, has announced its partnership with Congress Rental Network (CRN), the conferencing network group, to...

Translit will provide free language services to Ukrainian refugees

MultiLingual spoke with the company’s CEO, Alex Chernenko, who was born in Odessa, Ukraine, about what LSPs can do to support Ukrainian refugees as war rages on in their country.

MultiLingual hosts conversation with Ukrainian interpreter Kateryna Rietz-Rakul

Ukrainian-German interpreter Kateryna Rietz-Rakul went viral on social media after breaking into tears while translating a press conference by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Second Ukrainian interpreter weeps during European Parliament address

A second Ukrainian interpreter, this time translating Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s address to the European Parliament into English, went viral on social media today after the powerful words left him in tears.

German interpreter breaks into tears while interpreting for Zelensky

In a press conference given by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky today, the Ukrainian-German interpreter couldn’t help but break into tears on live TV at the end of the president’s speech. 

Interprefy announces Oddmund Braaten as new CEO

Interprefy, a leading provider of managed remote simultaneous interpretation technology and services, today announces that current COO, Oddmund Braaten, is transitioning to the role of CEO effective 1 February 2022. 

Voyce to offer multilingual COVID-19 contact tracing

Interpreters will offer services in nearly 240 different languages. Healthcare IT Leaders provide the contact tracing services, while Voyce taps into its network of interpreters to provide interpretations when a non-English speaker is contacted and needs assistance in their native or preferred language.

KUDO Launches Language Access on International Sign Language Day

KUDO Inc., a multilingual software-as-a-service (SaaS) company based in New York City, announced the launch of its new KUDO Language Access platform, which provides...