The language business tomorrow
– towards a virtual future
Palais des Congrès
Juan Les Pins 8 – 9 May 2014
1st CALL FOR PAPERS
The theme and sub-text of the 9th EUATC conference is looking towards the increasing globalization of the language industry and its use of the Internet to enable it to operate across borders and time zones to service a market place currently worth nearly $35 billion and growing.
The EUATC’s organising committee is looking for paper proposals that pick up this theme and hopefully address some of the suggested topics below:
Can virtual LSPs deliver?
Costing solutions for a global market place
Debt management for LSPs operating globally
Legal challenges for the language industry operating across borders and legal jurisdictions
Copyright, ownership of terminology glossaries and other legal maizes
Education and the EC – can it help deliver tomorrow’s professionals?
Managing language networks
Crowd sourcing for the language industry – can it work?
Marketing language services nationally and internationally
Digital marketing for the translation industry
Cloud technology – a silver lining for the sector?
These are only suggested areas, if you have other ideas please that fit with the overall theme please submit them so the conference committee may consider them. Please email a brief outline (250 – 350 words) along with a short biography to: secretary
For more information about the European Union of Associations of Translation Companies visit: www.euatc.org