Interpreting at Spa-Francorchamps

Simultaneous interpreting (English, French and Dutch) at the 1st Spark E#Day at the Spa-Francorchamps Formula One circuit.

>>> Our interpreters were on duty at the 1st Spark E#Day, a series of conferences about “the future of electric mobility in the city of tomorrow”.  

The organisers of this international event have entrusted our technical teams with the installation of interpreting booths and several hundred receivers for the large number of participants, as well as hiring our conference interpreters. Being experienced in the automotive industry and in the world of motorsport, our team is delighted to have taken part in this world-level event.

This event organised at the Formula One circuit of Spa-Francorchamps included numerous conferences about major innovation topics, a competition for start-up companies, and the possibility to meet inventors and entrepreneurs. The attendees also had the possibility to listen to Alejandro Agag, founder and CEO of the Formula E championship and Bertrand Piccard, a famous explorer who flew the first manned solar-powered plane to circumnavigate the globe.

Services provided

  • Simultaneous interpreting in English, French and Dutch
  • Hundreds of headsets for the attendees, interpretation booths for several conference interpreters and audio-visual technicians managing the translation equipment

About Colingua 

Colingua Translations is a conference interpreting agency with offices in Brussels and Liège. Set up in 2000, our company works on a regular basis in world-famous events such as the Dakar Rally (since 2006) and has in-depth knowledge of motorsport and the automotive sector in general. With over 300 conference days a year, Colingua is a key player in the interpreting market in Belgium, especially in Brussels. Colingua offers “full package” services to its customers, including professional interpreters and all the technical equipment required, as well as experienced audiovisual technicians.

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