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Your Consultant Interpreter: A Trusted Partner

 | Customer stories
Gender took centre stage at the Global Summit of Women in Basel, Switzerland, but it was once again the relationship of mutual trust and support between Calliope’s consultant interpreter and the Summit organisers that proved crucial to its success.
Maya sign-language interpreting at the European Commission

Considering providing sign language interpretation at your next conference?

 | Interpreter insights
Maya de Wit, Calliope’s expert consultant in sign language interpretation, shares insights and tips to help you provide the best possible sign language interpretation service at your conference.
A plantation forest

Calliope offsets CO2 for a greener future

 | Interpretation best practices
Inspired by the environmental conferences for which Calliope is proud to have provided interpretation services, the network has resolved to take its environmental responsibility even more seriously.
The Convenction Center in Dublin - A great venue for Conferences

Three things you should know about interpreting in Europe

 | Interpreter insights
The European interpreting market is flourishing. Here are three essential points to bear in mind and help you navigate your way through the labyrinth.
Calliope-Interpreters send Season's Greetings from around the world

Season's Greetings from Calliope-Interpreters

 | Interpreter insights
In 2018: 40 languages, 50 countries, 1,426 conferences, events and meetings. Wherever you are in the world, contact us for tailor-made interpretation services of the highest quality. Calliope-Interpreters, your local global network.

A unique interpretation challenge

 | Customer stories
When 37,000 Roman Catholic pilgrims congregated in Dublin for the Pastoral Congress of the World Meeting of Families (WMOF), Calliope’s member for Ireland, Alexandra Hambling, was on hand to tackle a unique interpretation challenge.