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World San Francisco conference was an exciting gathering of professionals
from all over the world.
San Francisco featured our new Web-based Localization World Network. This system allows you to quickly find out who is in the Localization World Network and connect with people who share your interests. Whether you need resources or specific information or you like to benchmark with professionals within or outside your industry, Localization World Network makes the connections in real-time.
Conference sessions were geared towards professionals seeking to learn about new business practices, methods and tools in the areas of translation, localization and internationalization. Networking and opportunities for open discussions were at the social gatherings, and throughtout the meals and break periods. Two evening social gatherings provided attendees with the opportunity to meet and enjoy the company of fellow professionals.
A wide range
of exhibitors provided information about their products and services to
all levels of attendees.
Executives responsible for international marketing, product management, customer relationships and content management. Webmasters and content editors. Translation and localization professionals. See comments from past attendees.
Here is valuable information for your management that shows why you should have attended the conference.
What they said:
Previous attendees to Localization World have stated:
"Localization World Bonn exceeded all my expectations: the profile of the attendance was perfect as 80% seemed to be decision-makers; . . . the networking and bonhomie so fluid and that's not to mention the social events!" Joseph P. Deignan, Alchemy Software Development
"Forced to come, kicking and screaming about how much work I needed to do at the office but I'm glad I came."
social events were great opportunities to network.
Localization World Advisors:
Each Localization World conference is organized with the help of a board of advisors and specialized program committee members, drawn from all corners of the localization community.
Board Localization World San Francisco
Sciences Program Committee
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