References – interpreting:

 

Public/government sector: Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of the Economy, Ministry of Labour, Ministry of Education, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of the Economy, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, Slovenian Parliament, Office of the President, Protocol of the Republic of Slovenia, Secretariat-General of the Government, Financial Administration, Government Office for European Affairs, Government Office for Local Self-government and Regional Policy, Public Agency for the Promotion of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Development, Investment and Tourism, Civil Protection Office, National Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Centre or Excellence in Finance, Public Agency for Entrepreneurship, Internationalization, Foreign Investments and Technology, Agency for Radwaste Management, Government Office for Religious Communities, Official Gazette, Centre for Mobility and European Programmes, Supreme Court, Labour and Social Court, Slovenian Accreditation, Embassy of Switzerland in Slovenia, Jožef Štefan Institute, Slovenian National Theatre

Associations, societies, networks and trade unions: Association of Small Hydro Power Plants, Slovenian Association of Lighting Installations, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Slovenian Society of Wine Growers, Slovenian Association of Urban and Space Planners, Small Business Development Centre, Slovenian Toolmakers Association, Dutch Association of Florists, Football Association of Slovenia, Olympic Committee of Slovenia, Fit Association, CEPOL (Association of Speech Therapists), Slovenian Bar, Association of Free Trade Unions of Slovenia, Specialist Libraries Association, EFAT – European Food and Agriculture Trade Union, ETUC – umbrella organisation of European trade unions, IEDC – Bled Business School, ICEM - International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Union, Manager Association, Slovenian Consumers’ Association, Centre Rinka – Institution for Tourism and Sustainable Development of Solčavsko, Slovenian Tourist Organisation, Slovenian Police College, Uefa, Nova Gorica General Hospital, Jesenice General Hospital, energetika.net, OIDFA (International Bobbin and Needle Lace Association), Modrijan Publishing House, Slovene Writers' Association, Slovenian Accreditation, SMC (Modern Centre Party), SAB (Party of Alenka Bratušek), Slovenian Rowing Federation, National Education Institute, Slovenian Energy Association, Austrian Economics Centre

EU and other institutions: European Parliament, European Commission, European Court of Justice, European Schools, Representation Office of the European Commission in Slovenia, Faculty of Arts, European Railway Agency

Finance sector: NLB group – Slovenia’s biggest banking group, Banka Koper, Triglav Group – Slovenia’s biggest insurance group, Grawe

Companies: Google, Global Business Worldwide, Lek, Hermes Softlab, OPEL, Trimo, Iskra, IBP – International Branding Partners Ltd., Toyota, Pivovarna Laško, Gorenje, Imperial Tobacco, Johnson Controls, Petrol, Coca Cola, LafargeHolcim, OMV, Telekom Slovenia, Škoda, Panta Rei Academy, Roche, Merck, Pomurje Fair

NGOs: Ombudsman, Peace Institute, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights, European Capital of Culture Maribor 2012, ŠKUC, Friedrich Neumann Foundation