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Danish Interpreting Service

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Danish Interpreting

Are you looking for an expert Danish interpreter for your upcoming AGM?
Over the past 25 years, EVS Translations interpreters have helped clients from all industry sectors to achieve smooth communication from international sales presentations to exhibition visits.

EVS Translations offers professional Danish interpreting services for events such as:

  • Business meetings and negotiations
  • Energy conferences and exhibitions
  • Compliance audits and trainings
  • EU patent applications and court hearings
  • Market research and press conferences

If you are interested in our services and rates for Danish interpreting, contact us today at +44-(0)115-9 64 42 88 or send us an online inquiry:

Interpreting solutions

"While legal interpreting assignments are quite frequent, sometimes legal interpreters are also required to translate outside of courts. Several months ago, the Atlanta office of EVS Translations organised the language services for an out-of-court settlement between an American distributor and a Danish manufacturer. The assignment involved the translation of several contracts from English into Danish and vice versa as well as the deployment of an interpreter for the in-person settlement negotiations."

Danish interpreter

Regardless if you need one interpreter for a spontaneous business meeting or a multilingual team of 20 interpreters, contact our office in Nottingham for professional Danish interpreting services and for expert translations into more than 50 languages, including Portuguese, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and Hindi.

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