Trusted by the Italian Chamber of Commerce, Unicef and the UN, One Stop Language Solutions is UK’s #1 Source for Conference & Business professional Italian interpreters.
It’s hard to talk business in a foreign language. You need to be sure that you understand everything that’s going on, and that you’re being understood correctly.
There’s a lot at stake, so you need professional, flexible and discreet interpreters.
Offering professional Italian to English interpreting services in London, One Stop Language Solutions can support all your Italian to English requirements. We can also meet your English to Italian, business and conference interpretation requirements: conferences, exhibitions, workshops, meetings, seminars, trade fairs, factory tours, training seminars and negotiations.
We can help you with anything from a business breakfast to a multi-country product launch; from a meet-and-greet to a high-stakes negotiation, from a EWC meeting interpreted simultaneously to a business meeting or even a legal deposition interpreted consecutively. We are Italian mother-tongue bilingual conference and business interpreters, with over 20 years’ experience and we only employ highly skilled Italian interpreters with global world-class experience. All our interpreters adhere to a strict written confidentiality policy.
We offer professional Italian Business Interpreting Services and for UK businesses, public sector law firms, small and medium sized enterprises, multinational companies, NGOs, government bodies and European organisations.
Recently, our clients have asked us to provide Italian interpretation services for a wide variety of situations, including: Board of Directors’ Meetings, (Autostrade/Europol), EU meetings & conferences (Italian government), European Works Councils’ meetings (worldwide), High level depositions (Rome and London), G8 meetings, Events organised by the Italian Trade Commission & Agency, Press conferences at the World Travel Market (London), Seminars held during the 2015 Welcome Italia exhibition (London), Meetings at the London Stock Exchange and Focus Groups in the food, pharma and medical sectors.