Capturing important speeches, as well as critical debates and cutting-edge discussions is imperative.
A keynote speaker often makes a memorable impression on conference delegates and audience members.
But what about after the conference? What about those unable to attend?
What about those who just missed a key point?
Enjoy the conference
Conference Transcription Benefits
What are the benefits of transcribing a conference? A conference organizer will diligently gather together specialists and interested parties on a regular basis to share information, discuss pertinent topics, and even debate cutting-edge ideas and concepts. Whether the conference is for interest topics or industry professionals, a transcript will:
- further, enhance the experience of a conference delegate,
- improve a web site’s search results that can lead to more visitors,
- give deaf or hard-of-hearing colleagues accessibility to all of the material presented at the conference,
- ensure an attendee at one session can still receive the material from a discussion running simultaneously,
- provide vital discussion points for reading after the event,
- allow anyone attending to listen attentively without taking notes,
- add value to reviews at follow-up meetings, discussions and analyses, and/or
- secure a reader-ready document that can be used for marketing, PR, communications, and reviews.
Calling Conference Companies!
Transcribing a conference is not only a sensible option for the delegates but also a lucrative option for conference organizers, who could offer conference delegates a transcript of the main discussion or breakaway sessions for a very low fee.
Imagine the value to delegates who may have missed something but now have a transcript! Alternatively, an organizer could simply include the cost of having the transcript produced as part of the delegates’ conference costs. By offering transcripts to all delegates the conference company can also benefit as a “value for money” company.
Custom Conference Transcripts Available
Financial transcription is used by many different clients. Users include corporations, merchant banks, regulatory bodies, building societies, accountants, compliance companies, business schools, finance advisers, webcast providers, management consultants, and finance portals.
Our select transcribers produce finance transcripts for media releases, annual reports, and results briefings for some of the biggest names in finance, including Standard and Poor’s, Deutsche Bank, and many more.
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How do I send you my files?
Audio and video files are uploaded via our secure online workflow system. We do not accept links or physical discs; all work is processed via our workflow system.
Once files have been processed, you will receive a notification with instructions on how to collect your transcripts.
How is the cost calculated?
Costs are calculated per recorded minute and are dependent on turnaround time selected. All seconds are rounded up to the next minute. For budget options, longer turnarounds are available.
Audio quality and number of speakers do not affect the cost. Default transcript is Standard Template and Intelligent Verbatim (see examples above). Time Coding, Full Verbatim and Special Formatting options incur a surcharge.
How long are quotes valid?
Quotes are valid for 30 days from date of quotation. Save your job as a draft should you wish to complete your order at a later stage.
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The 1-Day to 10-Day turnaround times are calculated in business days only, and do not include weekends. Express orders can be returned over weekends, with prior notification.
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