Clear Voice attends ATC Annual Summit

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Clear Voice attends ATC Annual Summit


Clear Voice Interpreter Services attends The Association of Translation Companies (ATC) Annual Summit

On 19th September Anna Ware, Director of Clear Voice was invited to attend the ATC Summit which took place at the historic Royal Naval College on the banks of the River Thames, Greenwich, London.  The gala dinner took place on the iconic Cutty Sark later in the evening.

The Summit’s theme was: Business. Community. Evolution. and brought together stakeholders from across the UK and the international language services industry.

Anna was asked to co-present with Sue Quelch from Miton Systems Ltd in one of the breakout sessions.  Anna said: “We were happy and proud to present our in-house video showing how easy it is to use the CV client app. With more and more clients from various sectors signing up with Clear Voice we wanted to use this platform to showcase the app, how it is used, and how easy it is to use whilst on the move”.

With charities, legal professionals, dental practices, business travellers, schools, health practitioners etc. using the app, it highlights the ease of getting an interpreter 24/7, 365 days a year and offering over 200 languages. It really is having an interpreter on call when YOU need one.

ATC’s CEO Raisa McNab invited delegates from across the industry to the event said: “This year’s Language Industry Summit took place at the heart of Greenwich Mean Time, with an outstanding, business-focused programme designed to appeal to LSPs of all shapes and sizes.  The Summit’s theme Business. Community. Evolution. had been developed to have an open, professional discussion about the possibilities and challenges the language industry faces, and the context in which it operates”.

Anna said “It was great to be invited to the ATC Summit, and the venue was perfect. We had a lot of discussions with different sectors who were interested in not only the app, but also about Clear Voice being a social enterprise, and the commercial arm of the charity Migrant Help to whom all our profits go back to”.