Technology

Conference Interpreting Solutions for Company Orientations

Company orientations are one of the most common types of employee training. It introduces employees to the company and shares its method of operation and its core values. This formally welcomes newly hired employees. Typically, this happens the first week on the job. This training usually applies to most or all company departments and roles. …

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Three Ways to Sabotage a Multilingual Event

All professions evolve as new applications, technologies, and procedures take shape. A primary reason why conferences are held is to disseminate information. This promotes idea exchange between delegates and participants. When conferences are multilingual, the knowledge bank increases exponentially.  However, there are a number of ways a multilingual event can go awry. This will leave …

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First time experience at the ATA 53rd annual conference part 2

There was so much going on at the conference that I don’t want to bore you with every detail. I just would like to share a few highlights that I really enjoyed. Thursday, October 25 Lightning talks: The Future of Translation and Interpreting by Karen Tkaczyk Bottom line:  we can expect big changes in technology. …

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Staying ahead of the curve.

Freelancers and business owners have one thing in common. In order to stay in business, they must stay ahead of the curve. Nothing in life ever stays the same. There are changes in the economy, law, technology, and demographics. A thriving business right now could become irrelevant in a few short years. Kodak was once …

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