||Simul International, Inc.,
||Simul gains national recognition
for its simultaneous interpreting for the television coverage of the Apollo 11
||Simul Interpreter School (the
predecessor of Simul Academy) is founded.
Simul provides interpreting for the Rambouillet Summit, the first of many summit
conferences supported by Simul's interpreting services.
||Simul International receives
the Japan Foundation Special Prize for its contribution to international exchange.
||Simul Academy is established.
||Simul Academy starts its Chinese/Japanese
||Simul Academy's Osaka School
||Simul International is awarded
the Minister for Foreign Affairs Prize for its contribution to international relations.
||Simul Academy's Shinjuku School
Simul Academy starts its French/Japanese Interpreter-Training Program.
||The Corporate Training Center
is established. (Renamed the Corporate Training Department in 2004)
||Simul provides interpreters
and staff for the Nagano Winter Olympic Games.
Simul becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Benesse Corporation.
||Simul Academy's Toranomon
|| Simul Business Communications,
Inc. (SBC) is established and commences personnel-dispatching services.
||SBC offers job-placement services.
||SBC launches Kansai Office.
||Simul Technical Communications,
Inc. (STC) is established.
||Simul provides support for the establishment of the Center for the Advancement of Interpreting Skills (CAIS), a non-profit organization.
||STC opens Kansai Office.
||LinkTrans Simul, Inc. (LTS) is established.
Simul Academy's Higashi-ginza School is opened (relocation of Toranomon School).
||LTS opens Kansai Office.
||Simul Academy's Tokyo School opens.