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Richard Roocroft

Richard Roocroft

Learn about the latest developments at Interprefy by Richard Roocroft, the Global Head of Strategic Alliances at Interprefy

Recent posts by Richard Roocroft

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Tips on how to make your online events more engaging for your audience

By Richard Roocroft on March 27, 2020

When it comes to assessing the success of an event, a key variable to consider is audience engagement. Opinions, discussions, questions – these are all signs of audience engagement and, more importantly, proof your event is interesting.

Topics: Event Management Online Events
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Interpreter profile: Patrick Lehner

By Richard Roocroft on July 29, 2019

In this interpreter profile, Patrick Lehner discusses his experiences, how remote simultaneous interpreting has helped win new, smaller clients, before expanding on his career challenges and thoughts on where the interpreting industry is heading. 

Topics: Interpreters
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Five things you need to know about remote simultaneous interpretation

By Richard Roocroft on July 1, 2019

When it comes to services like remote simultaneous interpretation there are a number of common misconceptions. 

Whether it’s the cost, technology available or anything else, these misconceptions can cause many people to overlook interpreting services altogether. 

Topics: Remote Simultaneous Interpretation
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How the interpreting industry can help post-Brexit Britain

By Richard Roocroft on October 4, 2018

UK companies cannot afford to rely on Anglophone export markets alone. Technology provides the agility they require to overcome language barriers as they expand into new markets.

Topics: Industry News & Trends
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Why the cloud interpreter is the future of tech based events

By Richard Roocroft on June 25, 2018

Perhaps in no other area is this change as evident as in technology. As the global economy slipped into the most profound recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s, century-old financial institutions and industrial hegemons that harvested immeasurable power and wealth were lost into a seemingly bottomless credit sinkhole. 

Topics: Event & Interpretation Support