First ProZ.com event of 2011: Spanish-speaker virtual event 2

The first ProZ.com event for 2011 will be a virtual event for Spanish speakers, on January 27th.

The presentations for this event include a session on personal branding and a session on the use of voice recognition software as a means to boost productivity. There will also be focus groups and a virtual powwow, allowing attendees to network in real-time with Spanish-speaking professionals across the world.

The “Spanish virtual workshop” is free for ProZ.com members (non-members are also welcome to attend, with a 15 USD registration fee).

If you haven’t signed up for this event, check out the program and register at http://www.proz.com/virtual-conferences/227

  • Date: Thursday, January 27th
  • Time: 13:00 GMT – 17:15 GMT
  • Location: Anywhere with an Internet connection!

If you are already registered to attend, be sure suggest topics for the focus groups and vote for your favorites at http://www.proz.com/virtual-conferences/227/focus-groups

I’m looking forward to kicking off the series of events for 2011 with this workshop; look for more upcoming virtual and in-person events soon. Hope to see you there!

Leslie

2 comments

  1. It’s nice to see more virtual events. I would be interested in a German virtual workshop as German to English is my top language pair and virtual workshops in the different areas of expertise (my top areas are business/commerce and marketing.) I hope this would be possible some time during the year. How often are you planning these virtual workshops?

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    • Hi Niraja

      Thanks for your comment. We are planning on holding between 9-11 virtual events in 2011, including the large September 30th freelance translator virtual event.

      A German virtual workshop is currently in the planning stages for later in the year. I will be sure to contact you as those plans start to take shape. Thanks again!

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