The translation and interpreting agency Lionspeech is a language services provider (translations, interpreting, language courses, editing, subtitling). Our head offices are in Bologna and we have local managers in Rome, Milan, Turin, Modena, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Reggio Calabria, Frosinone, Latina, Arezzo, Siena, Perugia, Città di Castello, Terni and Florence, as well as managers in Lyon, in France, Brugg, in Switzerland, and Heidelberg, in Germany.
The agency is the result of collaboration between professionals with many years of experience in the field of interlinguistic mediation. It is coordinated by Mr Marco Tedeschi, engineer, an Information Technology and communications expert.
By combining technology and language skills, we constantly strive to find new methods to deliver you the utmost quality in the shortest possible time.
In addition to our in-house staff of 8, as well as 10 local managers throughout Italy, we are able to rely on more than 3000 external collaborators – specialising in the fields of translation, interpreting and teaching – from all over the world. This means we can cover over 160 languages and deliver our services to an extremely large clientèle located on 5 continents (Europe, Asia, America, Oceania and Africa), ranging from start-ups, web agencies and SMEs to multinationals.
Companies such as BMW and Pfizer have counted on us to translate their documents. We collaborate on a daily basis with Bologna Welcome, the company in charge of developing and managing events and tourist activities in and around the city of Bologna. We have also given language training to top Italian and foreign managers.
From the main European languages to Asian languages, and from African languages to the more than 20 languages spoken on the Indian peninsula: we’ll always know how to satisfy your needs!
Get in touch with us and discover how you can improve yourself and your business, boost productivity, enter new markets and overcome all language and cultural hurdles.
The limits of my language mean the limits of my world (L. Wittgenstein)