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03:01 Nov 8, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Sponsoring Function Manager
The expression appears in a company document and I think it refers to the person who sponsored this document, they also mention "Concurring Function Manager", meaning -I guess- another employee supporting the document. And the third word I'd like to ask you about is "bulletin boards", but connected with e-mail communications. How would you say these three words in Spanish? Thanks a lot!!

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nafunciónxxxLia Fail
naVer explicaciónJesus Alonso Franco



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Pienso que se trata de cargos en el seno de la empresa. Sponsoring Function Manager sería el Director de Función de Promoción o, más adecuado al castellano Director de promoción. Concurring Function Manager, Director de Cooperación. En cuanto a bulletin boards, pienso que, incluso en el contexto del correo electrónico la traducción más adecuada es tablón de anuncios.
Que tengas suerte.

Jesus Alonso Franco
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just some ideas; your context isn't at all clear.

A 'function' is an event such as a formal dinner, e.g. a wedding function.

A 'function manager' is a person who is responsible for organising these events.

Sponsoring (patrocinador)
concurring (concurrente?)

Those are the straighforward meanings.

The alternative is that in your context (?) there is a 'sponsoring function'(función/algo que patrocina, que costea, que fomenta, que promueve ?) and a 'concurring function' (finción/algo que concurre, que coincide?), but I can't figure out what the 'function' referred to is....

I have tried to suggest as many possibilities as came to mind. Hope it's of some help.

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