What we do

Professional interpreters for your international event

Optimum communication between participants is key to a successful event. Linguistic diversity shouldn’t pose an obstacle – after all, professional interpreters have the skills to convey the content in a way everyone can understand.

As a conference interpreter with many years’ experience, I can provide a wide range of services to support your multilingual event – be it a small-scale meeting, a large-scale event or even an international congress.

With DolmetschTeam, you get a one-bill, one-provider solution for everything you need, from initial consultation to event support and the actual interpreting. If you need equipment, we’ll arrange it. My technical equipment partners are top in their field – just like the interpreters I work with. You can rest safe in the knowledge that everything will go smoothly, allowing you to concentrate on your event.

I myself have been working as a conference interpreter for over 20 years, for business and industry, television and the world of politics. My clients include SMEs, construction trade firms, service providers, foundations, agencies, ministries and many more – and I’d be happy to count you among them.

Small conference

You, the client, can rest safe in the knowledge that everything will go smoothly – and focus your full attention on the event. 

Britta Klapproth - conference interpreter

Britta Klapproth: member of the VKD (the German Association of Conference Interpreters) and aiic (the International Association of Conference Interpreters)

What I do

  • Advice and planning services for international events, from meetings to congresses
  • Recruitment of interpreter teams for the required languages. I myself interpret French, English and German
  • Organisation and hiring of the appropriate conference equipment
  • Simultaneous, consecutive, whispered or liaison interpreting, depending on the scenario
  • Team coordination during the event
  • Post-event services and billing
Would you like to find out more or ask for a no-obligation quotation?