What’s different about Interpreters Portal?
Delivering services differently
Our aim is to always deliver the right interpreter, via the most appropriate medium, as simply as possible. We encourage language agencies to embrace all forms of remote interpreting in order to deliver the service their clients need for every individual circumstance.
Building business models differently
We believe that there are different, and better, ways to build commercial relationships between users, agencies, and interpreters. These will include models where the value that is added for any particular transaction is what matters, rather than the time on the job. We are also investigating ways where many users can each pay a small subscription for access to a service and so enable us to provide to them access to the interpreters at no additional costs.
Working with interpreters differently
We commit to pay every interpreter accurately and on the same day every month.
Cultivating individual relationships with the interpreters is an integral part of our work. We focus more management time on building and maintaining that trust than we do on any of our other priorities.
We deliver the right interpreter – anytime, anywhere, anyhow.
Why is now the time to deliver interpreting differently?
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Explore some of our work
Salvation Army welcomes refugee family to a new life in London with interpreting support from Interpreters Portal
A group of East London churches are helping a refugee family settle in the UK. Language services are crucial for a the family to feel less isolated as they start their new life in the UK. Our interpreter “really helped us give the family the best start here in the UK” says Ben Still of E123 Welcomes.
InterpretersPortal language services opens the door to health and well-being for all with Thrive Tribe
Our bespoke language service helps Thrive Tribe reach non-English speaking clients in areas they had previously struggled. Supporting more people to make healthy lifestyle changes through their programmes.
Diverse and inclusive workplaces are good for business. It fosters increased innovation and creativity, with higher rates of employee engagement and retention. However recent D&I surveys indicate there’s still a way to go for the majority of businesses. What role does communication play in building inclusive workplaces? Should language services be a part of your D&I policies?