WELCOME TO OXYNET

At Oxynet, languages are a minor obstacle hindering the world of communication, for words are only codes deciphered by the finest interpreters and translators. Bearing this in mind, the main concern of the company is to bridge any communication gap and ensure the best way of information exchange during meetings, conferences, seminars, forums, etc.... The quality of our services, the reputation of our name and the commitment of our team are the guarantee for the highest success of every event we handle. The scope of our work covers all fields of information sharing and multilingual decoding, including the prime services of simultaneous, consecutive, ad-hoc, whispering, or liaison translation.

Over time, Oxynet gained a wide, extensive experience in providing interpretation services at different levels. Its work ranges from small private meetings (2 to 20 people) to high-profile and very complex events with hundreds of attendees and participants. In addition to the highly-skilled interpreters and translators Oxynet provides, the company supplies interpretation equipment such as booths, headsets and microphones, as well as a top-notch technical support. Based on the objectives of our mission, we try our best to equip your event, in view of its thematic and linguistic scope, with the team of interpreters that match your needs in terms of target languages, specialized proficiency, pertaining expertise, and all relevant services. We also provide consulting and meeting planning upon request to help ensure the rise of your meeting, regional or international, to the level of world-class events.

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