The 22nd installment of the International Japanese English Translation Conference is taking place this weekend. Japanese translators will get together in Seattle on May 14 and 15.
The IJET-22 program is tight, reasonably priced - and interesting. Separate presentations and panel discussions on medical device and pharmaceutical translation promise to be valuable.
Jason Heaton, ForeignExchange's Compliance Specialist, will be in attendance. (Jason is talking about translating for Japanese regulatory submissions at a different event). If you are heading to Seattle for the conference, be sure to say "konichi-wa" to Jason. Hope to see you there!
Looking for a bit more reading on Japan? Here you go:
- "Drug lag" persists in Japan
- Why do device companies treat Japan differently?
- Software localization requirements in Japan
Find out more about ForeignExchange's specialized Japanese translation services for medical device and pharmaceutical companies.