Several hundred professionals from around the world gathered in sunny Barcelona on June 14-16 at LocWorld34 to network and learn about some of the latest trends in translation and localization. The conference generated many interesting topics and conversations surrounding new business practices, ideas, and technological advancements, focused around the theme of Continuous Delivery. Some particularly…Details
Memsource is pleased to welcome John Terninko as the new Events Marketing Manager, effective May 16, 2017. John joins Memsource after 10 years at Elia, a professional language industry association, where he served as Executive Director for eight years. At Elia, John built the membership to over 200 members, organized numerous conferences for localization professionals,…Details
Around 70 Memsource users and friends attended the 6th Memsource User Meet-Up on Sunday, March 26, 2017 at Hotel Okura in Amsterdam prior to the start of the annual GALA conference.
Localization technology and best practices are developing faster than ever. More than 500 localization professionals gathered in Montreal at the final LocWorld conference of the year and large companies such as Dell EMC, Netflix, Oracle, WB Games, and Pitney Bowes shared new challenges and tricks in bringing businesses to global audiences.
Localization projects are bigger than ever before, users are becoming increasingly demanding, and new technology is leading to ever new terminology challenges. We spent the day on location in Cologne at the opening of Gamescom 2016, and picked the brains of a number of industry insiders specializing in localization.
Planning your conference schedule for the second half of 2016? Check out our list of events and trade shows for localization professionals.
Approximately a month ago, we were excited about traveling to Tokyo for the #1 translation industry conference, #30 out of the LocWorld series. The air in our Prague-based headquarters was filled with the smell of freshly printed brochures ready to be packed and shipped to our Japanese office for the big event.
Memsource held its first user meetup of 2016 on March 20, in New York, on the pre-conference day of the GALA congress. The user meetup saw the participation of over 80 people, who networked with one another and exchanged contacts for future collaboration on multilingual projects.