RussianInterpreter.com is the home of professional Russian Interpreter, Translator and Cross-Cultural Trainer, Svetlana Guggenheim, who has worked extensively throughout the United States, Russia, and other republics of the Newly Independent States (NIS) with government officials, scientists, economists, businesspeople, and a broad range of delegations.
As a Russian native who has lived in the United States for more than 20 years, Ms. Guggenheim not only offers professional conference interpretation services, but also assists businesses in both the United States and the former Soviet Union in successfully conducting business with their counterparts, focusing especially on cross-cultural differences and strategies.
Ms. Guggenheim is an experienced simultaneous & consecutive Russian Interpreter and contractor to Language Services of the U.S. Department of State.
- Simultaneous and consecutive Russian-English interpretation.
- Russian-English interpretation for professional conferences, speakers and movie and television productions using state-of-the-art interpretation equipment, including wireless systems and soundproof booths.
- Assistance to American firms and delegations doing business in Russia and interpretation and translation for visiting delegations from Russia and the Newly Independent States (NIS).
- Interpretation for a wide range of technical material, including energy sector issues, economic/privatization, environmental, mathematical, medical, educational, linguistic, business management, real estate and cultural information.
- Business “survival skills” for the American doing business in the NIS.
- Logistical support for coordination of conferences, delegations and travel.
- Translation of written documents, technical reports, etc.
Choosing a Russian Interpreter for Your Conference or Meeting…
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