Proz Pow-Wow in Vienna

For Thursday, March 5, 2009, we are planning a casual get-together (Proz Pow-Wow) with fellow linguists here in Vienna. Adequate set-up permitting, I will present my informal lecture "What I Learned in Business School: The Entrepreneurial Linguist" at a to-be-determined location. My hands-on speech includes tips and strategies from business school and elsewhere and focuses on marketing, accounting, economics, etc., and hopefully has some good information for everyone in attendance. We'd also very much enjoy getting a lively discussion started (perhaps over drinks). As soon as the location is set, we will send out an e-mail to all those who have already expressed interest (thanks!).

If you happen to be in Vienna, live in Vienna, or would like to come to Austria's capital to spend time with fellow translators and perhaps learn a few things on March 5, 2009 (7 p.m.) please let us know and we will send you more information.


2 comments:

Harry Hermawan on February 15, 2009 at 7:47 PM said...

I regularly read your blog, great tip, I might do the same soon. Hope your Pow-Wow goes well. Regards from fellow ProZian in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Judy and Dagmar Jenner on February 19, 2009 at 2:44 AM said...

@Harry: thanks for reading. We have about 17 people signed up for this small event, so we are very happy. The PowWows are very easy to organize through Proz, so I think it's a great idea to do one in your neck of the woods as well.

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