Our language expertise, your opening to the world
(Synchronie: Who? What? Where? Why?)
« Just because you have two hands, it doesn’t mean you can automatically play the piano. »
That slogan might as well have been written for us! The same thing applies to interpreting and translating: just because you can speak multiple languages, it doesn’t mean you automatically know how to convey a message from one language to another.
Translation and interpretation is the art of understanding the ideas behind words and transmitting them from one language to another in the most natural and fluent way possible, respecting all the nuances and register of the original version. This is a high-level workout for the brain which requires skill, knowledge and experience.
Synchronie takes personal pride in making all our clients feel valued by offering them a tailor-made and highly responsive service. We achieve this through our single point of contact and the full range of linguistic services on offer:
- interpreting – conference, simultaneous, consecutive or liaison
- translation of written documents;
- translation proofreading ;
- single language editing;
We offer many different language pairs. As you can imagine, we cover the main European languages (French, Dutch, English, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Danish, etc.) but why not put us to the test by requesting a lesser-known combination?
A good translation also requires in-depth knowledge of the subject matter in question and painstaking research skills. Synchronie has access to a vast array of experienced translators and interpreters, ensuring we can usually find the perfect match for your specific needs.
If we were forced to choose, Synchronie’s main area of expertise would be, without a doubt, the environment in the broader sense, with all of its far-reaching implications: human and animal health, biodiversity, climate change, agriculture, water management, waste management, food, renewable energy, transport… These are all extremely important subjects for our shared future, meaning that they have to be addressed in conjunction with each other. Therefore, it won’t come as too much of a surprise to find that one of our main spheres of activity lies in European and international institutions and associations, as well as NGOs. Finally, legal affairs, media and copyright, development cooperation, tourism, textiles, various business activities (trade unions, commercial, management meetings, general assemblies, boards of directors, works councils, etc.) add to our range of skills. There’s nothing that won’t pique our curiosity!
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