and event interpreting
Involve Interpreter provides high-quality video BSL interpretation for the streaming of live events, conferences and more.
Conference & Event Interpreting
Involve Interpreter are able to support events and conferences of any size and subject, ensuring that every business can successfully communicate to all their customers, whether it be an online or in-person event.
We have a diverse team of BSL translators who are highly experienced in delivering BSL interpretation for a wide range of conferences and live events.
Why use interpreting for conferences & live events?
It’s important to make your conferences and live events accessible to everyone, as your staff, customers and clients may be deaf.
Providing BSL interpretation at your event not only promotes awareness of BSL users, but guarantees a wider range of viewers, which will boost business opportunities for your organisation.
What Involve Interpreter can offer
As Involve Interpreter offers such a wide range of services, we can tailor our conference package to suit the needs of your business and ensure that everything runs smoothly on the day. We recognise that every organisation and event is different, therefore it is important to us that we adjust our service to suit everyone.
We are proud to have a team of fully qualified, widely experienced and diverse interpreters who you can rely on to support your event. This means that we match you with an interpreter that represents both your project and target audience.
Request a quote for your conference and event interpreting now!
Meet our BSL Interpreter Manager, Dionne Thomas
When asked how long she had been an interpreter, Dionne replied “I have been qualified since 2011 but started as a trainee 10 years ago. I started as a volunteer for Merseyside Society for Deaf people, supporting older people and training them how to use a minicom – old deaf tech that was used instead of phone calls back in the day. However, it’s now obsolete and everyone has smartphones, video calls, and social media for communication.”
You can read more about Dionne on her meet the team post.