17.08.2020: How to respect the distancing rules when the standard space is less than 2 x 2 x 2 meters? This is the question that everyone involved in conference interpreting must now ask themselves. Our suggestions range from increasing the number of booths to remote solutions and alternative broadcasting. In this sense - and in full awareness that we are not the first to make this pun - we wish you by far the best and most successful events for next autumn.
02.07.2020: How to handle a Zoom webinar with interpretation and what does it look like? We have recorded a short tutorial for you in which we present the most important functions for spectators, panelists and co-hosts - including selecting the appropriate language channel for simultaneous interpretation. New features are constantly being added at Zoom and this video could be outdated by the end of the week. We follow new developments very closely so that our advice will be just as relevant after the next Zoom update as it is today.
22.05.2020: The last few weeks have taught us two things, *crackle, crackl bzz bzz* and second, video conferencing is not as trouble-free as the advertising promises. What is it that we need four our video conference to be successful? Read our blog to learn our 10 examples of best practice for optimal video conferencing results - be it on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype, or whichever platform you choose.
20.04.2020: What if conferences, meetings and assemblies no longer took place live at a central location, but were held virtually and in all our homes? We have been checking the existing tools for suitability and analysing the opportunities and risks.
27.03.2020: An extraordinary situation often creates space for creative solutions. We can suggest various solutions (e.g. Skype, video or telephone conferences, written translations, etc.) to enable multilingual cooperation whilst working from home. We look forward to implementing the approach that best fits your individual needs.
19.03.2020: Switzerland is in an unprecedented situation. As an events agency, we are right in the middle of it and just like you, we face challenges. In this article you can read about the effects of Covid-19 on the interpreting industry and on our customers' events. First things first: in a joint effort with our customers we are managing to achieve mutually acceptable solutions for cancellations and postponements.