Our next digital escape is a journey through Mexico City. Let’s learn more about this historic city and why it’s an international hotspot for interpreting projects.
Interpreting Solutions During Covid-19:
On-Site & Virtual Events
Our interpreters provide both remote and on-site interpreting to support the language needs of your virtual and traditional meetings, no need to travel or manage any hardware.
Our secure and reliable remote interpreting platforms are easy to use and allow you to virtually host a meeting to deliver your message effectively without any translation mishaps.
On-Site & Virtual Conferences
Whether you are looking for a way to host a virtual conference with 200 international delegates, organize a virtual factory tour for a foreign client, or attend a series of one-on-one video conference meetings with local suppliers, our remote interpreting solutions allow you and your stakeholders to attend any event without the costs, carbon footprint or hassle of traveling.
Our secure and reliable remote interpreting platforms are easy to use and allow you to virtually host your live conference or event to deliver your message effectively and without language barriers, anywhere in the world.
What languages are spoken in Mexico?
Mexico is known as a country that has a rich history and culture. It is recognized as one of the six cradles of civilization, and the tribes that lived there left an important mark on the history of our planet. The Aztecs and the Mayans are the most commonly mentioned ones, but many other smaller tribes were living in Mexico before the country was colonized. Naturally, this left a mark on the population and the lifestyles in the country that can still be felt today. One area where it can be seen more than elsewhere are the languages that are spoken in Mexico.
Spanish is the official language in the country; other languages that are somewhat common are English and German. However, even though the Spanish language is the most widespread in Mexico, there are many other indigenous (native) languages spoken in the country to this day. These languages come from eleven language families, and the Mexican government actually recognizes 68 national languages. Out of these 68, 63 are native languages. (source: World Atlas)
Benefits of Using Interpret Group Interpreters for Virtual & On-Site Events
For more than 20 years, Interpret Group has provided on-demand skilled interpreters, anywhere in the world, wherever you may need them – as a cost-effective tool, designed to facilitate international business. Here’s why Interpret Group stands out:
- You will be assigned a dedicated international project manager to take care of every detail from start to finish.
- We’ll take care of all the logistics and determine the technical and equipment requirements for your event – (onsite, remote or a combination of both).
- Our team offers concierge-level technical support, including coordination and set-up, testing prior to the event, troubleshooting and coordination between all parties.
- Our professional interpreters are trained in the use of remote interpreting platforms and are highly experienced to ensure a smooth meeting.