Conference Interpretation Services in Canada, the USA and worldwide. Canadian Member of Calliope-Interpreters.
ICI is an interpreter managed firm, established in Toronto in 1988. With an impressive portfolio of high profile clients, ICI is the leading professional provider of simultaneous interpretation services for meetings and events of all kinds. ICI President, Hazel Cole, is a member of AIIC (International Association of Conference Interpreters), ATIO (Association of Translators and Interpreters of Ontario) and TAALS the American Association of Language Specialists).
We have an extensive knowledge of the entire North American interpretation market. Also, as the Canadian member of Calliope-Interpreters, we benefit from contacts and resources in all major global event and convention markets.
Planning your event
You are responsible for planning a multilingual event... How do you organize top quality interpretation? How many interpreters are needed? Should you choose simultaneous or consecutive translation?Learn More
Comprehensive Language Consulting Services.
ICI provides high level professional conference interpreters in all the major world languages for all types of bilingual and multilingual events, including: international conferences, management seminars, shareholders’ meetings, webcasts, conference calls and voice-overs. We also provide conference documentation translation, liaison interpretation and sign language interpretation.
What is conference interpretation? Essential information can be easily lost when multiple languages are being used. Professional conference interpretation ensures that every event participant understands the message. Learn more.
What our clients have to say
Thank you for the outstanding interpretation services that you provided for the FIFA Women's World Cup 2015...
We would highly recommend ICI to anyone requiring top-level, professional conference interpretation...
I would recommend ICI to anyone who is in need of translation services. Very clear, easy to understand, best company yet...