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Whatever your language requirements in Bruges, TJC Global’s interpreters can assist you. Our Antwerp interpreters cover over 80 languages and dialects.
TJC Global is a leading translation and interpreting company with over 25 years’ experience in specialised language services.
Our expert interpreters in and around Bruges can assist clients in over 100 languages. We tailor our interpretation services to the needs of the client, matching the interpreter's individual expertise with the subject/nature of the project to ensure professional, accurate and well-informed interpreting every time.
As the home of chocolate, lace and cobbled streets, Bruges is certainly a city with romantic appeal. But don't let its quaint facade fool you. Thanks to its huge international sea port, one of the most important of its kind in Europe, Bruges remains a city of significant economic standing.
Situated in the province of West Flanders in Belgium, Bruges has a population of aroung 117,000. The city has long been a centre of trade and culture and was a key stop on the fair circuit during the era of the Hanseatic League, hosting and attracting many foreign merchants. Thanks to the entrepreneurship of the people of Bruges, the city adapted to new forms of capitalism and its woollen weaving industry grew and expanded overseas. Its expanding port became the main link to Mediterranean trade and the spice trade of the Levant. This brought great economic prosperity and led to the opening of the "Bourse", thought to be the world's first stock exchange. At the end of the 14th century, It became one of the "Four Members" of the medieval parliament, along with Ghent, Ypres and Franc of Bruges. In the 15th century, the Duke of Burgandy built a court in Bruges, attracting artists and merchants. The woollen weavers of Bruges were thought to be the best in the world and the new form of oil painting cultivated by the Flemish School of painters flourished here. The world's first book was also published in Bruges, by William Caxton in 1473.
The historic centre of Bruges, approximately 430 hectares, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. With a diverse range of museums and art galleries chronicling the city's fascinating history, Bruges is now a popular tourist destination which attracts 2.2 million tourists annually. It also hosts various festivals, conferences, fairs and events.
For more information about the city or events held in Bruges, please see the city's own website here.
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Video / videoconference interpreting for virtual meetings or legal procedures. TJC offers video remote interpreting services globally. Participants can communicate with each other using smartphones, tablets or computers in the form of voice calls or video calls; the latter allowing participants to simultaneously share visual aids such as PowerPoint presentations. By participating in your video conference, our professionally qualified interpreters can interpret remotely in order to facilitate smooth communication between all parties in the language pairing you require.
Telephone / teleconference interpreting is a practical way to bridge any language barriers. The interpreter is either located remotely (away from either party) or is with one of the parties. In both cases they deliver interpreting services through telephone conferencing.
Telephone interpretation is useful for clients who cannot travel to their counterparts' country, but still wish, for example, to hold business discussions or to communicate progress updates. At TJC Global, we are very happy to provide you with professionally qualified interpreters around the world in almost any selected language combinations.
is used for international conferences, critical business discussions, seminars & symposiums. In this case, there are usually two to three interpreters situated in a booth, away from the audience, who take turns to interpret at high speed, changing over every 15-20 minutes to avoid fatigue.
The interpreters use headsets to listen to the message of the speaker and repeat it immediately (practically "simultaneously") in the target language for the benefit of relevant audience members.
Consecutive interpreting (also available with Video Remote Interpretation (VRI)) is the most common type of interpreting. It is used for business discussions, negotiations, contract exchanges, commercial, legal, technical discussions, medical or court hearings or on site inspections. The interpreter listens to the speaker, often making notes, and delivers the meaning in the target language afterwards. The interpreter may wait until a pause or the end, at which point they deliver a translation relatively quickly. Consecutive interpreting may also be used at conferences for panel discussions, Q&A sessions or private discussions between parties - at a stand or elsewhere.
TJC Global provides specialist interpretation and translation services in a wide variety of locations. Whatever your requirement, we are happy to assist you with proffesional interpreters or translators. If the specific location in which you require interpreting services is not listed, please contact us directly.
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