SDL Localization Seminar & Networking Luncheon

This seminar is not affiliated with STC but the STC office wanted to let you know about this event in case anyone in the DC area is interested in real-time translation accuracy.

Date: Washington, D.C. | August 11, 2011 | 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Real-Time Translation Can Be Useful, But How Accurate Is It?

In today's information age, companies have a competitive need to communicate with their global customers in their own language. With the social media advancements, the urge to communicate in real time has become an ever-pressing expectation. Machine Translation has often been the center of controversy because we know it is useful, but how reliable is it?

Please join us for a complimentary seminar and luncheon on August 11th that will focus on how to incorporate localization best practices into your corporation’s Global Information Management (GIM) strategy. This seminar will provide best practice advice around global content and give you insights in:

  • Analyzing suitable content for Machine Translation
  • Intelligent Machine Translation
  • Assessing the solutions that best fit your organization’s goals

Additionally, you will have the opportunity to network and exchange localization knowledge with other industry leaders at a luncheon that takes place during the seminar. Space is limited so please register today.

Deadline for registration is August 8, 2011.
Register at https://www.sdl.com/event/

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SDL Round Table Event: Best Practices & Localization Networking Event

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SDL and the Washington, DC Chapter invite you to attend our localization networking event in Washington, DC. It will include a panelist discussion and knowledge exchange addressing challenges in globalization and localization. Take this opportunity to network with other companies facing similar challenges in reaching a global market and learn strategies and best practices. You will be able to discuss common pitfalls and solutions, as well as, learn useful resources and practical advice from industry experts.

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Register today and join us in Washington, DC on October 8th from 12:00 pm until 3:00 pm to network with other localization professionals while learning best practices from industry thought leaders.

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LOCATION: Willard Intercontinental Hotel
1401 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20004

Learn important strategies at our lunch and learn forum. This event will be an opportunity to:

* Network with industry experts
* Learn best practices and strategies for managing global resources
* Find solutions to localization challenges
* Connect with useful resources

This event is complimentary and space is limited, so reserve your spot today.

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Europe and International SIGs to do a joint progression at 2010 Technical Summit

The following announcement is from Jennifer O'Neill, Europe SIG Manager.

For the second year running, the International Technical Communication SIG and the Europe SIG are going to do a joint progression on international issues related to technical communication.

If you're interested in presenting a topic related to localisation, internationalisation, cross-cultural/cross-language communication, working abroad, legal issues related to international communication, or another topic related to international or specifically Europe (or indeed EMEA – Europe, Middle East and Africa) drop me a note and I'll start organising some ideas.

For the moment send your ideas to me (email hidden; JavaScript is required). I'll gather them together with Tracy Nathans-Kelly of the International SIG and we'll post a list so that everyone can see what they could contribute.

I've done a few progressions at the annual conferences and they are fun and stimulating. A very interactive way to discuss a topic.

The deadline for submitting proposals is 5 October 2009. So there's not too much time left.

Cheers,
Jen
Manager, Europe SIG