Making communication with the world easy in any language®

Anyhow. Anywhere.™

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We make communication easy in any language

Vocalink is a language service provider. Our specialty is creating a full multilingual managed solution for our clients. Through our worldwide network of skilled linguists and our proprietary global content solutions, we can help you centralize your international communications by managing your company message across cultures and with your international markets.

Vocalink was founded by Amelia Rodriquez in 1995 as an interpretation company serving the local Dayton, Ohio market. In 1998, Vocalink added translation services to the product line, resulting in an accelerated annual growth rate of over 40%, which continues today.

Vocalink is based in Dayton, Ohio with offices in Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Louisville. Vocalink services client accounts globally with offices in Cairo, Egypt and Madrid, Spain, as well as with technology-based solutions.

Vocalink is a certified MBE. It is a minority-owned, woman-owned business.

Our vision is making communication with the world easy in any language.

Anyhow. Anywhere.




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Vocalink is having an open job fair for interpreters in Cincinnati on Sept. 10 from 1pm – 6pm.  Visit us at 10921 Reed Hartman Hwy, Suite 323 or contact Kim Scott at 937.401.1486 or kims@vocalink....
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