Writing for a Global Audience – Minneapolis
We will be hosting a complimentary Learning Unplugged seminar in the Twin Cities area, “Writing for a Global Audience.” This two-hour complimentary seminar is designed to provide attendees with insight and guidance on how to author and structure English content which is targeting a global audience. Rather than simply providing an exhaustive list of do’s and don’ts in writing, the speaker will explain and provide possible solutions to some of the translation challenges posed by US/English-centric content.
The event will be held from 8:30 until 11am on June 20th at ForeignExchange’s Bloomington, MN office. You can get more information and sign up here:
Introduction to Translation Memory – Santa Clara
On June 28th in Santa Clara, we’re presenting an overview of Translation Memory technology. This seminar focuses on the mechanics, uses and limitations of Translation Memory. It will also cover guidelines for how you can get the most out of Translation Memory to maximize quality, minimize spend, and reduce turnaround times. Our presenter, linguist Gabriela Herce, will also show a demonstration of how Translation Memory works.
This complimentary event will be held from 8:30 until 11am at Santa Clara’s Biltmore Hotel with a light breakfast and time for networking. You can get more information and sign up here: