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Interpreting in practice

ELISSA’s CORPORATION SERVICES interpreters

ELISSA’s CORPORATION SERVICES interpreters are highly qualified professionals at language interpretation, each of them specialized in different, specific fields of business activity. They each have at least 3 years’ experience as interpreters and work doing interpretation both to and from their native tongue. Atenao’s interpreters respect the strictest confidentiality rules in order to protect any information revealed during the session. A confidentiality agreement is also established between our agency and our clients.

ELISSA CORPORATION SERVICES of expertise

We select the right interpreter(s) for your project based on the subject matter of the event and the type of interpreting required. We can provide our services for meetings, symposiums, negotiations, conventions, visits or conferences.

Interpreting rates and duration

Interpreting is priced on a daily basis for simultaneous and liaison interpreting services, as well as for guided tour interpretation. Consecutive interpreting is priced either hourly, half-day or whole-day as necessary. Our daily fee includes our staff preparation time, travel, meals, and hotel as required.

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ELISSA CORPORATION SERVICES handles your translation projects 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. We have an online platform devoted exclusively to your organization where orders can be placed and dealt with outside office hours.

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