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Dive into the world of multicultural communication with Ryan Foley of Foley Learning! Find out how to have better communication with a diverse team by adjusting the way your meetings go, asking the right questions, and being more aware of your own behavior.
Ever get lost in data? This 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.
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.
Terminology can save companies inside and outside the translation industries lots of time and money, but even today it remains an elusive industry. That’s why we invited Gabriele Sauberer, director of the International Network for Terminology, to talk about what a typical project looks like, how to go about choosing a terminology tool, and how diverse terminologies can lead to a diverse workforce.
This time, we’ve got a whole episode all about machine translation, specifically about NMT! Join Gábor Bessenyei of Globalese as he discusses where MT has come from and where it’s going, including how it can improve productivity and why gauging quality is so important … but so tricky.
Wordbee met up with Stacey Brown-Summers, CEO of Mindlink, at LocWorld 38 in Seattle! At our first live International Buzz taping, we talked to Stacey about how she works to simplify translation processes for those entirely outside of the industry and about her projects trying to connect local governments, schools, and non-profits to translators & interpreters.
Olivier Debeugny, CEO of Lingua Custodia, came on The International Buzz to talk about translation and localization in the financial sector. Join us as we discuss the unique task of translating urgent, financial documents, and how he’s using machine translation solutions that are specialized for the financial domain to deliver results faster.
Rafa Lombardino, CEO of Word Awareness, explains how literary translation is different to commercial translation, and how to effectively use technology to support your workflow.
Catharine Cellier-Smart, owner of Smart Translate, explains what Creole is, its origins and shares how Creole is used on Reunion Island today. Did you know there are over 130 different Creoles?
Anne-Marie Colliander Lind, CEO at Inkrea.se, shares how Language Service Providers can better sell their services to end clients, and how smaller LSPs can compete against bigger ones. Understanding that sales is a team effort and how to implement that is an essential part of her sales coaching. Is sales the new marketing? Or marketing the new sales?
Caroline Alberoni talks on the International Buzz about how to deal with clients as a freelance translator and make them fall in love with you, sharing techniques that work for her like promptly responding to client messages, truly understanding their needs and clear communication.
Anna Schlegel, Senior Director of Globalization Programs and Information at NetApp & Co-Founder of Women in Localization, is sharing with us how a truly global enterprise must feel local to each customer! We talk about geo alignment, how it is supporting companies to succeed globally, and how to implement the geo alignment concept into a business.
Leon Leid, Localization Project Manager at InEight joined us on the International Buzz to discuss software localization. He shared with us how they got their localization department started, the difficulty of implementing localization in the development process and his wish for a live preview during the translation work.
Wordbee’s Mark Shriner and Max Troyer, Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of the Translation & Localization Management program at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey talk about Monterey, careers and educations in the localization industry.
Milica Panic, Product Marketing Manager at TAUS, joined us at The International Buzz, to discuss what TAUS’ mission is and talk about Language Quality Assurance (LQA) and how it is influenced by the gig economy.
Patrizia Napoli talks about the idea behind her language service consultancy company called Language Box. From her experience as a consultant but also as a freelance translator she knows that localization is often still an afterthought and strives to drive awareness to the industry. Once you experience automation and the wide range of possibilities of a good Translation Management System you will never go back to!
In this episode of the International Buzz we talk to Bruno Herrmann, previous Digital Globalization Director at Nielsen. While discussing the need for snackable content, he also explains what it takes to produce good global content, and why he prefers referring to AI as automated intelligence as an alternative definition.