NETA Annual Conference, May 5 in Marlborough, Massachusetts
Thread poster: Bruce Popp

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French to English
Apr 12, 2007

Join your colleagues at the New England Translators Associations 11th Annual Conference and Exhibition!

This annual NETA event offers a full day of education and professional development as well as exhibitors and vendors. This year we've added more informal workshops and round-table discussion groups, both language-specific and general. Register now to take advantage of an excellent opportunity to make contact with colleagues, potential clients, and friends from New England and beyond.

WHEN:
Saturday, May 5, 2007
8:00 am to 7:00 pm

WHERE:
Best Western Royal Plaza
Marlborough, Massachusetts
http://www.rplazahotels.com

A schedule, abstracts and bios from selected speakers, and a registration form are available on our website at www.netaweb.org.

Registration is also possible at http://netaconference.eventbrite.com where you can pay the registration fee by PayPal or credit card.

[Edited at 2007-04-12 20:11]

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