This autumn will bring some interesting events in the language industry for those who are interested in attending or just staying informed with the latest news and technologies in this area. Whether you are a translator or someone who’s working in the translation or localization industry, we have selected some of the most relevant events happening this autumn.
- TAUS annual conference 2016 takes place on 24th and 25th October in Portland, USA and is a great opportunity for newcomers and industry insiders to share knowledge, discuss strategies and ideas for possible collaboration. The main themes to be discussed this year at the conference are: people, technology, the customers, machine translation, how to measure quality and more. More info about the agenda, speakers, venue, and other details can be found on the conference official page.
- Translating Europe Forum 2016 happens in Brussels, Belgium at the end of the month, on October 27 and 28, and will approach the theme of translation tools and technologies from different perpectives. Feel free to read more info on the event page.
- 57th ATA Conference 2016 will take place in San Francisco, USA, between November 2 -5, and will aim at gathering translators and interpreters professionals all over the world facing same challenges in the industry, sharing ideas, and discover what the future holds and how to cope with it. More details on the event on the official page.
- European Terminology Summit 2016 has reached the fifth edition and is organized by the European Association for Terminology (EAFT) in Luxembourg on 14 and 15 November. The main theme of the summit is “Visions and Revisions” and will be composed around 8 sections such as: Social Media, Quality Matters, Responsibility, Cooperation and Collaboration, Interaction and Diversity, Terminology Profile, State Of The Art/Domain Loss, Declaration. You can read more info on this upcoming summit on the event page.
- Expolingua Berlin 2016 is an annual exhibition for those interested in learning and teaching foreign languages, travel and global cultures. The event takes place in Berlin, Germany, on 18 and 19 November and hosts more than 150 exhibitors from over 30 countries. Details on the exposition, schedule and much more info can be found on the official page.
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