Interpreting at trade fairs

Are you participating in a trade show and want to make new contacts with German- or Polish-speaking business partners without any linguistic barrier? Take advantage of my language and intercultural skills! I interpret at trade fairs on a regular basis and know exactly how communication works and in what way it can lead to achieving success.
In contrast to unsolicited advertising by mail, e-mail or phone, potential business partners can be encountered at a trade show directly. Spontaneous “exploratory” talks occur, often with not yet known companies. I will be delighted to accompany you during such meetings as well as your appointments with already established business partners and assist you with my skills.


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