Interpreting rates in France
Thread poster: jckm

Local time: 16:40
Feb 17, 2012


A company I do translations for has asked me to provide an estimate to accompany a person/persons for a full day of consecutive interpreting, 9-6. I know the industry concerned, and have done some interpreting before, although I don't have an interpreting qualification. I don't seem to be able to get a clear idea on what to charge, can anyone advise, please?


Edward Vreeburg  Identity Verified
Local time: 16:40
Member (2008)
English to Dutch
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Start with 400-600 if not too stressy Feb 17, 2012

Ex transport, transport time, lunch....



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