It’s been a week since the ProZ.com 2014 international conference in Pisa, Italy, and I still wake up thinking about diversification, machine translation, negotiation, marketing and other translator challenges. Fortunately, I can see from social network comments and attendees’ feedback that I’m not the only one! Without a doubt, Sunday and Saturday sessions, lectures, workshops and social events not only offered those who attended the opportunity to learn, network and have fun, but also left us thinking about the conference main topic: Looking forward: skills, challenges and perspectives.
Twenty presentations, a sightseeing tour around Pisa, a gala dinner, two powwows and the presence of a great number of language professionals made this great conference. Translators and interpreters had the chance to meet colleagues, promote themselves, learn how to get the most our of their profession and have fun.
So, what now? If you attended the ProZ.com 2014 international conference in Pisa, Italy, you are invited to:
- contact the event organizer for a copy of presentations »
- post general feedback on the event »
- post individual session feedback »
- view and download your certificate of attendance from the “Conference participation” section of your ProZ.com profile »
- share comments and pictures via Facebook »
- share comments and pictures via Twitter »
- see and download pictures »
If you did not attend this conference, you can:
And don’t forget to sign-up for the 2015 international conference to be organized by Nigel Saych:
Special thanks to Daniela Zambrini, an amazing event organizer and a great friend, to Valentina Pardini and Catia Argirò for their outstanding assistance, to speakers for sharing their time and knowledge, to sponsors for their support of the event, to Esther Zambrini for recording great conference moments with her camera, and to attendees for being there to make of this conference a huge success!
Looking forward to seeing you all again soon!