Entrepreneurial Linguist Workshop in D.C.: April 18

Spring is in the air (almost) everywhere, including in Washington, D.C., our nation's lovely capital. Judy is excited to head to D.C. this week.  She is also very much looking forward to giving a two-hour workshop at the National Capital Area Translators Association (NCATA), a chapter of the American Translators Association.

We know it is short notice, but the event will be at the popular Goethe Institute, it's on a Saturday, it's free to NCATA members, and the topic should be quite interesting, so we hope that many of you in the D.C. area will join Judy!

The workshop's title is: Web 2.0 and Pricing Basics for Entrepreneurial Linguists. Judy will spend about an hour on each topic and there will be plenty of time for questions. Afterwards, we will head to lunch, and we hear there will also be food at the actual event! And since Judy likes raffles, she will be raffling off copies of our "Entrepreneurial Linguist: The Business-School Approach to Freelance Translation" books (and she will also bring some to purchase if you don't win).

Please have a look at the NCATA website, where you can also register.

Hope to see you in D.C.!


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