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5 Benefits of live language translation for marketing events

By Patricia Magaz on September 14, 2022

With the rise of online video conferencing technology, it has become easier for brands to create events that can reach large, multi-national audiences. But reaching new listeners isn’t the same as getting through to them. For that, you need to be able to speak their language.

Language is a major barrier when organising an inclusive virtual event. There are many types of translation services available, including: real-time AI translation, interpreting technology, and written translation such as captions and subtitles. However, it can be difficult to choose a service that best fits the needs of your event. This article explores why adding web conferencing with language translation to events is key to driving meaningful brand engagement.

Topics: Captions benefits RSI marketing events
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Remote interpreting for on-site events: back to the future

By Markus Aregger on May 10, 2022

For nearly two years now event and meeting organisers worldwide have been trying out new and creative ways to take their gatherings online and embraced change and adaptation like never before.

Topics: Interpretation Technology Hybrid Events In-Person Events benefits
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10+ benefits of using Interprefy for Zoom meetings with real-time interpretation

By Patricia Magaz on February 14, 2022

While Zoom offers some built-in language interpretation capabilities, Interprefy's expertise, support, and cutting-edge Remote Simultaneous Interpreting (RSI) software with a dedicated interpreter interface can help take multilingual Zoom meetings to the next level.

Topics: Multilingual Web Conferencing Zoom benefits RSI Multilingual Meetings
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What are the benefits of remote simultaneous interpretation?

By Patricia Magaz on January 21, 2022

Conference interpreting hasn't changed much since 1945 - but it has definitely undergone a seismic shift since 2020. With the majority of events being canceled or moved online because of social distancing, interpreters had to adapt quickly to not miss out on interpreting opportunities. Fortunately, Remote Simultaneous Interpretation technology already existed and those who adopted the technology could resume work successfully.

Topics: Remote Simultaneous Interpretation benefits