It’s our great pleasure to invite you to the 4th Translation and Localization Conference which will take place on 27-28 March 2015 in Warsaw. Encouraged by the feedback received in previous years, we’re planning an even wider array of English-language presentations, networking opportunities and panel debates. The main theme of the conference, pulling together translation, technical and business expertise, is “Experts at Work”. We’re aiming to cover the practical aspects of many topics, underlining the importance of advice and solutions shared by industry experts. We’re pleased to welcome freelance translators and interpreters, translation agencies and direct clients.
SAVE THE DATE
Registration for the conference will open later in 2014, but we right now we’re inviting you to save the date and plan your visit Warsaw for a few days around 27-28 March 2015. Later on, we’ll be able to provide you with information on visiting Warsaw, as well as networking opportunities connected with the conference itself.
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CALL FOR PAPERS
With the conference theme in mind, we’d like to invite experts at work to submit your ideas for presentations, panel debates or discussions on the following topics:
1) Efficiency and productivity: including the effectiveness and applicability of tech and cloud solutions, data backup, managing performance, the role of project managers, collaboration, CAT tools and machine translation.
2) Terminology: managing term bases, building glossaries, saving time and money with effective terminology bases and more.
3) Review and verification: current trends and the future of verification, efficient verification for translation teams, tips and tricks for cost-effective and efficient verification.
4) Buying translations: dialogue with end clients, relationship between quality and cost, analysing buyers and users of translated texts, etc.
5) Business development: including threats and opportunities, how and when to outsource, growing your own business.
6) Audiovisual translation and games localisation: scope and issues specific to this type of work, how to deal with the most common problems, perspectives on growth.
We’re looking forward to receiving your proposal. This should include the title, a 200-word-long abstract and short bio, to be submitted by 30 September 2014 to firstname.lastname@example.org. More details and information for speakers available here. We’ll then start working on the detailed programme and will be confirming proposals throughout October.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
The organizing team, Translation and Localization Conference 2013
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