Consecutive and simultaneous interpreting in Paris and all of France
Professional conference interpreting service in Paris
A Paris-based conference interpretation company, CH Traductions offers comprehensive solutions for events where the participants speak several different languages.
From interpreter recruitment and management to interpreting equipment selection, reservations and set-up and technical assistance, we are there for you every step of the way.
With our interpreting background, we have close relationships with our fellow freelance interpreters. We are thus able to put together highly qualified teams, even for events requiring the most unusual language combinations.
One of our key strengths is our ability to recruit based on first-hand knowledge of these interpreters, their areas of expertise and their capabilities.
Our interpreters' language combinations
We provide simultaneous, consecutive, whispered and dialogue interpreting in almost all language combinations for conferences, conventions and training sessions.
Most of our interpreters have their business address in Paris and 'cover' the most popular language combinations:
However, our network also includes conference interpreters for all European Union languages: interpreters between French or English and German, Italian, Dutch or Polish, and interpreters in oriental languages: French–English–Japanese and French–English–Korean.
Lidia Starck, conference interpreter and CH Traductions founder:
"I worked as a conference interpreter in Paris, France, and abroad for almost 20 years.
After all these years in the field, I set up my interpreting company.
CH Traductions draws on my professional experience to ensure a quality interpreting service, whatever the languages or event type.
We're a Paris-based interpreting company so while we operate across the whole of France, many of our assignments take place in Paris and the greater Paris region."
Our interpretation clients in Paris
Our 'Parisian' clients include:
the French Home Office and French Ministry of Justice to welcome delegations and assist with study missions and training sessions,
the Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Paris and the Russian Embassy in France for English–French–Russian interpreting,
international organisations, including the Bureau international des expositions whose head office is in the 16h arrondissement of Paris,
major companies, including ready-to-wear brands Ba&sh and Etam for their conventions,
industrial groups, including Suez International and Dalkia (Paris, La Défense), for their meetings with foreign partners,
major Paris hotels for the conferences held in their rooms,
events agencies in Paris and across France for interpretation services and equipment setup for events organised on behalf of their clients, and
small and medium companies with head offices in the Paris region.
We interpret for museums, including the Carnavalet museum, Grand Palais, Pompidou Centre and City of Paris Museum of Modern Art,
for artistic events, such as the Slava Snowshow which takes place annually in various halls in Paris,
for TV channels, including TF1 and TV5, and radio stations, including France Culture and France Inter (16th arrondissement of Paris), and
for the mainstream national print media: Le Monde, Le Figaro, Libération, etc.
With CH Traductions you get:
A Paris-based interpretation agency
working with qualified, professional interpreters only
Interpreting teams in all languages
for any type of interpretation or event
Competent and reliable technical partners
for customised interpreting equipment setup
and in-house proofreading of translations to ensure impeccable quality
Interpreters in Paris: institutions, companies and international organisations
Paris is home to French administrations and institutions, head offices of major French and international companies and its share of international organisations.
Paris also plays host to major exhibition, fair and trade show sites, an array of conference rooms and hundreds of conferences, science symposiums and other international events.
These international activities generate tens of thousands of assignment days for interpreters in every language so many have chosen to establish their business address in Paris.