Fabiola Baraldi and European Institutions: needs and opportunities in translation Reply

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Fabiola Baraldi, conference organizer

Fabiola Baraldi is a freelance Italian translator specialized in banking and financial law, and the organizer of the ProZ.com 2015 Italian conference in Maranello, Modena: “European Institutions: common needs and new opportunities in translation”, scheduled for November 14th. She’s been a ProZ.com full professional member for four years now and part of the Certified PRO Network since earlier this year in two of her working language pairs: French to Italian and English to Italian.

In addition to translating legal and financial material for diverse clients, Fabiola also works at an Italian bank. Her job there involves, among other things, the writing and translating of internal rules, processes and procedures in compliance with the European Union regulatory framework. For this reason, she knows how individual European institutions impact the translation industry and she is organizing this event to help everyone in the Italian industry to seize new opportunities.

The conference

The ProZ.com 2015 Italian conference will take place in Modena, a city known for its unique historical and artistic legacy, birthplace of Luciano Pavarotti, one of the “three tenors”, and Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the legendary car company.

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Surrounded by this wine and food paradise, attendees to the conference will have access to an entire day of sessions by well-known speakers, a pre-conference powwow, a gala dinner and the opportunity to learn, network and have fun!

museo-ferrari-maranello-horzx500To learn more about the conference (venue, comments, accommodation, sponsors, prices and discounts), visit the official conference page.


Thank you, Fabiola, for joining ProZ.com’s amazing group of conference organizers and good luck on your first conference!

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