Localization World Shanghai: March 20-22, 2007
Building on the success of seven previous conferences, Localization World comes to Shanghai March 20-22, 2007.
The theme of this conference is: Out of Asia. As in all Localization World conferences, the program will cover a wide range of issues in the world of translation and localization. With three concurrent tracks, the program will be filled with information and discussions about Asia as well as more general topics, with case studies from a wide range of applications. People from 26 countries and a wide range of companies have registered for the conference.
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Who should attend:
Conference sessions are geared towards professionals seeking to learn about new tools, methods and business practices in the areas of localization and internationalization. Networking and mutual problem discussion opportunities will abound at the social gatherings, meals and break periods. Exhibitors will be present to provide information about their products and services to all levels of attendees.
Reservations for sponsorships and exhibit space are now being taken. Request information about these opportunities
In addition to the two-day main conference, there is an optional preconference day of round table discussions, hands-on workshops and focused sessions.
What people have said about previous conferences:
"I was amazed with the professionalism, the logistics and the choice of every little detail. If this industry wants to learn what "cost effectiveness" really means, they should attend at least one Localization World." Fabiano Cid, Managing Director, Ccaps Translation and Localization
"The Localization World conference in San Francisco was both fun and informative. In just two days the core challenges and changes of localization were discussed at length." Joe Didamo, VP Global Business Development, Moravia Worldwide
"Localization World has become the reference event for the translation and localization industry. The unique structure of the event guarantees value for every attendee, and the careful selection of speakers balances innovation with education. A must for the experienced professional and the newcomer to the industry." Renato Beninatto, Partner, Common Sense Advisory
Each Localization World conference is organized with the help of a program committee drawn from all corners of the localization community.
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