This is a difficult question that many companies often ask. In this article we highlight 3 most-often used methods for you to consider.
1. Check with public institutions:
You could try to contact:
- Your country’s embassy
- Trade facilitation organizations
- Industry associations, and
- Chambers of commerce.
These organizations often keep a list of recommended interpreters like this.
2. Get private recommendations:
If you are transacting with a foreign partner / supplier, you can ask them, as they may have used interpretation services with other foreign partners before.
If you know any interpreter in the relevant cities, you can ask him/her for recommendations. Interpreters or translators of different languages are often connected to one another via online or offline groups.
3. Search the Internet:
Use the keywords: “reserve interpreters online + your-city-name” and you will find many companies and agencies providing interpretation services. Alternatively, you can book a translator or interpreter online at Freelensia. Please read more on the benefits you get when using a platform to find interpreters here.
Read our full article at https://www.quora.com/Where-can-I-find-an-interpreter/answer/Peter-Nguyen-397
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