Translation India effectively covering a conference in alliance with Kapoor Audio Visual

Translation India deserves a round of applause for effectively covering a conference (in alliance with Kapoor Audio Visual) by providing high-quality simultaneous translation equipment.

Online PR News – 27-June-2011 – – The conference segment of Translation India has put another feather in its cap by fruitfully completing a conference in association with Kapoor Audio Visual. The conference which was held on 15th June in Crown Plaza, Bangalore was attended by chief Chinese and Indian counterparts. This conference meeting was organized for Nantong Bureau of Commerce under the Ministry of Commerce of the people Republic of China.

Both ‘Kapoor Audio Visual’ and ‘Translation India’ are acknowledged for providing cost-effective and timely services. Kapoor Audio Visual is known to provide all types of conference services to Translation India and together the two have done a minimum of five successful conferences together.

The event in point was a one day event which was basically held with the sole aim to discuss trade and economic challenges faced by the two countries (India and China). Many prominent economists are said to have attended this conference. It is indeed a matter of great pride for the company to be able to cover such a privileged conference that was attended by eminent personalities of the field. The company really deserves a pat on the back for successfully completing the given task.

Having made its presence felt in the area of simultaneous conference services, the company plans to set up a new office down south.

Evidence has it that Translation India is earnestly thinking of setting up a permanent office in Bangalore. It appears that by the end of 2011, the company will have a towering structure in Bangalore. The company is also planning to set up a fully fledged go down for storage of equipment. This will make it easier for the company to store conference equipment for conferences to be held in South India. In the words of Mr. Ram Kesarwani, director founder of Conference division, Translation India, “All arrangements are being made to set up a simultaneous conference office in Bangalore. This will help us to carry out conferences in south with relative ease.”