Early Bird Special: ATA Conference in NYC

The American Translators Association's 50 Annual Conference is promising to be quite an exciting event, with a record number of submissions for seminars and speaking slots and a higher-than-usual expected attendance. It's fitting that the ATA comes back to where it all started: New York City. Judy will be there, just like every year, and she's presenting her seminar "Lessons from Business School: The Entrepreneurial Linguist" on Saturday, October 31, at 11 a.m. The conference is from October 28 through the 31.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so by September 25, as the early bird registration ends that day. To sign up visit the ATA's website and save 20%. Hope to see you there!


Guillermo Gumucio on September 8, 2009 at 6:34 AM said...

All the luck to Judy!

Ah, following you people on Twitter since this morning, when I "told everybody" (hey, that's the fun of it, ain't it? :D) I recommended "Budapest" to 'two Austrian girls that have a blog on translation' and posted the link to your post, twins; you might read it in Portuguese on my Twitter profile page.

See ya!

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