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Common Ground International is a translation services company. Our translation and interpretation services keep everyone in the room communicating clearly.

In order to thrive in today's multilingual environment, you need to be able to communicate your core values, expectations and brand messages to your team, your clients and your service providers.

Common Ground International’s multilingual Translation and Interpretation services give your business the edge it needs.

We provide translating & interpreting services as well as interpreter training:

Document Translation ServicesDocument Translations Spanish Translation in Denver Colorado

We’ll be glad to translate your documents in any language combination you need. Document translation jobs are run through a rigorous proofing process to ensure your document is perfect before you use it, publish it, etc.

Professional Interpreter ServicesSpanish Translation Interpreter in Denver Colorado
Interpreter services can be requested in person, over the phone or over web conference software. Learn more about Common Ground’s interpreting services.

Interpreter Training Courses

Introduction to interpreting in healthcare, Medical Spanish Interpreter Training
Interpreter training ensures that staff with other primary responsibilities at work are also able to provide reliable interpreting for co-workers, clients, patients, etc.

Contact Us today for a quote on your next translation job or to schedule an interpreter for your upcoming event.

Blogs you may be interested in reading:


3 Spanish Translation Tips

Spanish translation can be tricky, especially if you have a document that you’re trying to translate in-house. We all know that it’s important to write well because your documents being published out to the public. There is no difference with your Spanish documents. It’s important to get your Spanish translation right the first time.…

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Making sense of the 2010 US Census: Hispanic population projections

What the 2010 US census numbers might (not) mean… The 2010 US Census received a huge amount of publicity, and along with it, projections about the Hispanic population – the largest minority population in the United States. While the often-cited percentages of the Hispanic population are impressive testaments to the growth of…

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From Personalismo to Confianza: Building relationships and Latino Culture

Overarching ideas in Latino culture Whether or not you do business internationally, chances are you work with Latinos in some capacity, be they clients, employees, or colleagues, and therefore deal with the differences found in Latino culture. In the business world, the differences between Latino and mainstream U.S. culture are visible in…

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Latino customer relations & loyalty

Cultural Values: Working with Latinos When we talked about agreeableness in the medical setting, we saw how the “cultural taboo against expressing negative feelings directly” translated into misunderstandings and ultimately, patient non-compliance. From a marketing standpoint, however, this same taboo can mean that it’s tough to know how your clients and customers…

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