Información para Negocios Hispanos

Thank you to Fabrice Metan for partnering with us to help Hispanic businesses and individuals in these trying times! He will, through our services here at Interlingual, be offering consultations to anyone who needs help getting the benefits from the new coronavirus stimulus bill.

 

Voice-overs

Here is our latest project, voice-overs like this one for Tradebank of Wichita. Tradebank allows businesses to keep cash in their pockets by using barter dollars/trade dollars with which they make purchases.

If you need help with marketing or advertising in different languages, we offer videos and voice-overs!

https://www.facebook.com/TradebankWichita/videos/3180626548669036/

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FlightSafety International

For many years, we have helped Spanish speaking pilots complete their training at FlightSafety International. We are very thankful for their trust in our skills and abilities!

Thank you to the Colombian Armed Forces for trusting us and our services so their pilots can receive the best possible training, regardless of language barriers.

Muchas gracias al Ejercito Nacional de Colombia por confiar en nosotros y nuestros servicios para que sus pilotos puedan recibir el mejor entrenamiento posible, independientemente de las barreras de lenguaje

 
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Sedgwick County Public Health and Safety Notice

Early on in the COVID-19 outbreak, we helped Sedgwick county relay safety information to the Hispanic Community by translating the guidelines into Spanish. it reads;

"The County asks for help for local business to fight against COVID-19

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Sedgwick county officials are asking for help for local businesses to provide equipment and necessary supplies. This includes the following:

  • Protective masks

    • N95 Masks​

    • Surgical Masks

  • Medical gloves without latex

  • Hand Sanitizer

  • Surface cleaners

The County has been working with local, state and federal organizations to acquire equipment for local medical attention and for public safety organizations. It has already received supplier but it still needs more.

"We are receiving essential supplies to protect our medical care system and first aid," Commissioner Pete Meitzner said. "We know that our business community is innovative and entrepreneurial. We hope that we can help and support our community during this pandemic."

The businesses able to help should contact Sedgwick County Emergency Administration at 316-660-5959