Birmingham conference: changes made to conference program to better meet your expectations
Thread poster: Anne Diamantidis

Anne Diamantidis  Identity Verified
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Apr 1, 2010

Dear all,

Just two weeks left before this year's UK conference taking place in Birmingham (UK), on 17 and 18 April 2010.

Featuring the question "MT, TMS, IT, CAT, DTP...Where is the Linguist?", this 2 days conference is designed with an interactive, hands-on approach in mind. Rather than lectures, small workshops will be held, along with open discussions and two roundtables ('Where is the linguist' and 'freelancers/outsourcers: mutual expectations").

The program underwent a lot of changes to better meet your expectations. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all who took the time to give us feedback on the conference and its contents. Your comments inspired these changes.

Here is an overview of some of the new workshops offered in Birmingham:

- "Transcreation: Recreating a text for the target audience" by Percy Balemans

- "Understanding your Client" by Konstantin Kisin

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Anne Diamantidis  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 13:52
English to French
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Just a few days left to register! Apr 6, 2010

Dear all,

Registration for the Birmingham conference closes on Friday (April 9th).

Seize the last chance to attend, to learn, network and have fun and be eligible for one of the great prizes of the Sunday raffle (among them 3x PDF Converter 6.0 from Nuance, or one license of Dragon Naturally Speaking Preferred 10.1, and much more).

Also remember that the conference has been approved by the ATA, IoL and ITI for Continous Education credits.

Do not wait any longer and register now for the Birmingham conference!

Complete information and registration on http://www.proz.com/conference/112

Kind regards,

Anne Diamantidis
ProZ.com Site Staff


 


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