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Date and time: 11:00-12:50, Saturday, 1 December, 2007 NOTE: This session has already been held
Room: Room C
Discussion led by Enrique Cavalitto, ProZ.com Community Manager and Anne Diamantidis, ProZ.com Student Member.
Being part of ProZ.com, and even being a paying member are not enough to get good results from the site. Picture it as your shop window that you have to “dress” in such a way that good clients will feel lured
to enter the shop. This presentation will deal on good ways to do it.
There will be time allowed for all of your questions about the site : what do you expect from being a ProZ member? What do you do as such? How should your profile look like ? ...etc.
We're going to discuss and answer your ProZ.com related questions !
The presentation will be held in English.
Focus group leaders:
Anne Diamantidis (Germany), Translator, Social Media Marketing Consultant & Coach
Bio: Anne is currently in her senior year of her Translation studies at the Catholic University of Lyon, France. She's avery active site member - youngest ProZ.com site moderator, first Student moderator and French localizer.
Enrique Cavalitto, PMP (Argentina), Ingeniero, director de proyectos certificado y traductor
Bio: Ingeniero en Telecomunicaciones de la Universidad Nacional de La Plata y Project Manager Professional (PMP) certificado por el Project Manager Institute (PMI), llevo más de un cuarto de siglo vinculado a las traducciones.
Moderador desde principios de 2002, en 2006 me incorporé como empleado al vibrante equipo de ProZ.com.
Soy miembro del directorio de Traductores sin Fronteras y coordino la operación de traducciones de esta extraordinaria organización.