BEATE GRÜNDL LECHNER

öffentlich best. und beeid. Dolmetscherin und Übersetzerin

Welcome

and thank you for your interest in BGL Language Services, your
partner for the German language.

Obviously, English is the number one language in business. However, a lot of people in German-speaking countries prefer a partner who can communication with them in their mother tongue or have problems to understand English well.        Misunderstanding often arise due to language issues. Get an advantage in business by communicating with your business partners in Germany in the German language! I can help with interpreting, translations or by giving seminars in intercultural communication. 

As a sworn translator and interpreter for the English language with a legal background, and member of the German translators and interpreters association BDÜ as well as Universitas Austria,  with German as my mother tongue and more than 20 years of professional experience in Europe and abroad, I am just the right person to help you communicate with your customers and business partners in German-speaking countries.  Having worked and lived in South Africa for several years and worked with partners in Arab, Asian, African and Latin American countries for more than 20 years, I can also help you avoid problems due to cultural misunderstandings. Do not underestimate the importance of the right intercultural communication. 

Besides offering one-on-one and small-group English and intercultural training courses for non-English speakers here in Bavaria, Germany, I also offer sworn translations and interpreting services into and from the German language for clients all over the world. 

My special field of expertise is law (law of contract, civil law, penal law, trademark law, license law and IP law), but I also do translations in the fields of marketing and general business administration. 

Interested? Do not hesitate to give me a call on +49 8534 969 37 24 or send an email to beate@bgl-sprachdienste.de, and we will find the best solution for any challenges with the German language.