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When you’re looking for a Swazi interpreting agency, it is important that you find someone you can trust. We recognise that you might not be fluent in Swazi, so you need a specialised interpreting company. We have a proven track record of impressing the most demanding clients, including Weber Shandwick, BP, Portacabin and The World Food Programme.

Swazi interpreting services

Our global network of interpreters means that we can interpret to and from any language, at no extra cost to you. Global Lingo’s integrated service gets it right first time, every time.

High quality Swazi interpreters

We provide interpretation for large companies at the cutting edge of every profession, including legal, medical, marketing, automotive and eLearning services. We have to ensure that our worldwide network of interpreters live and breathe their languages. Our interpreters carry up-to-date qualifications, all of which adhere to international rather than local standards, while our extensive network ensures that each interpreter can work in their speciality. Furthermore, the extent of our network allows us to respond at short notice to your requirements quickly and without sacrificing quality.

Unrivalled service

We are confident that Global Lingo’s service is the best in the industry:

  • The quality of our Swazi interpretation is never compromised
  • Our costs are transparent, fair and low
  • Every client receives personal, 24/7 support
  • Large projects are led by a dedicated project manager

Whether we are providing a whispering interpreter to support an executive or simultaneous interpretation for a large conference, you will never be less than fully satisfied with every aspect of our service.

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Vendor Spring Newsletter

The Global Lingo Vendor Management Team is happy to release the third edition of the Vendor Newsletter. This issue introduces more of our team and is mostly focused on how to improve efficiency as a translator and transcriber. Click here to view the Spring edition of the Vendor Newsletter