Free Event: Proz.com's International Translation Day

Can you believe it's September? We can't, but the great news is that International Translation Day, one of our favorite days of the year, is right around the corner. This year September 30 falls on a Saturday, so many T&I organizations and groups are having events on Thursday and Friday of that week. Just like every year, Proz.com is putting on a free virtual event -- complete with American Translators Association CE credits (currently pending). This is a big event with some 10,000 registrants expected to sign up! Judy is delighted to be part of the festivities and will present two sessions:

1) The art of the business lunch: How to handle yourself and grow your T&I business (September 26)
2) Is Twitter stupid? (September 27)

Other sessions that look very interesting include:
What I would do differently if starting over (September 26)
Tips and tricks for remote interpreters (September 27)
How to create multiple streams of income as a linguist (September 27)


There is no need to register: you simply log on here when you are ready. Recordings will be available to all attendees (depending on your Proz.com membership status, you can access the recordings for 72 hours, 1 week, or forever). Happy International Translation Day, everyone!


2 comments:

EP on September 23, 2017 at 9:40 AM said...

Is Twitter stupid? I'd have to say... No. It's as stupid as we want it to be. Sounds interesting - especially that business lunch part. Have fun.

Judy Jenner and Dagmar Jenner on October 13, 2017 at 11:32 AM said...

@EP: Sorry for the late response and thanks for chiming in! The sessions were a lot of fun indeed; hope you were able to listen in. Have a lovely weekend.

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