Ever get lost in data? This podcast episode is the recording of an online experts panel where we discussed how to use data effectively to improve localization teams, which KPIs our panelists are watching carefully, and how to get rid of the noise.
In this episode of the International Buzz we talk with Catherine Richards Golini, Language Consultant at Lay Summaries & Director of the European Association of Language Teachers for Healthcare, discussing clinical trial lay summaries, and what a linguist’s role is in the process of making sure the language being used is appropriate for the lay person.
How do you run a magazine, both print and digital? That’s the question for this podcast and our guest has the answer. Donna Parrish, publisher of MultiLingual Magazine and co-organizer of LocWorld, takes us behind the scenes of MultiLingual, shares how to manage a magazine, and what separates a great article from the rest.
February 27th, 6:00pm to 7:00pm CET
If your brand is your voice, then how do you teach your brand to speak other languages without losing your mojo?
The International Buzz welcomes Irene Scott, program director of Translators Without Borders, as she talks about using language in humanitarian crises, particularly on her work with the Rohingya population in Myanmar. Listen in to learn about dispensing information without raising panic, trying to help people who speak a different language from you, and how language changes during a humanitarian crisis.
We’re joined by Kathrin Bussmann, founder of Verbaccino and host of the Worldly Marketer podcast, as she talks about the benefits of podcasting and how to get started creating your own podcast.