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[View Powwow Report] Powwow: Debrecen
7:00pm Apr 3, 2017
Hungary study trip

Hello, everyone!

Let's get together for the first translators' powwow in Debrecen!

I'm making a study trip (Hungary being part of it) related to the PhD research "A model strategy for success in the market of freelance translators: key determiners" that I'm currently working on at the University of Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona.

I believe you'll find the topic of my research intriguing and I'd like to invite you to come and share your experience.

The purpose of this powwow is to meet fellow translators from Debrecen and its surroundings, to build a network of colleagues, business associates and more, and last but not least - to have fun!

On a work side note, speaking of which your support would be greatly appreciated, I'm bringing a questionnaire related to my research and you will be invited to fill it out if you feel like doing it. No worries, it'll take you not more than 10-15 min. and then we'll be ready to start off the weekend in a super friendly atmosphere!

See you soon!

Event venue: Butiq, Csapó utca 24., Debrecen

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Interested members (9) / Confirmed: 3 / Tentative: 2
Name NoteWill Attend
Milena Čkripeska  \"Organizer\" \"Reporter\" \"Photographer\" ...  y
GR-Translator   ...  n
Tünde Furka   ...  
tulipanfa   ...  
Zoltán Kaskötő   ...  y
Eva Forrai   ...  m
Sylvie Pelissier   ...  n
Erzsébet Czopyk  \"Photographer\" to hug you finally in person :)  m
Larysa Shell  \"Photographer\" ...  y

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Powwow: Debrecen - Hungary

Milena Čkripeska  Identity Verified
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Event venue Mar 30

Butiq, Csapó utca 24., Debrecen

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