A journey north to the Nordic Translation Industry Forum
This November, three representatives from Albion Languages will attend the 6th Nordic Translation Industry Forum. We will spend two days on the icy shores of Malmö, Sweden, meeting and greeting with colleagues in the industry.
Our days will be full, as we plan to immerse ourselves in all that Nordic culture has to offer; the languages, history, and of course, the incredible food.
Organised by two veterans of the translation industry, Anne-Marie Colliander Lind and Cecilia Enbäck, the forum aims to strengthen ties between members of the Nordic translation industry, and build bridges for external translators and translation agencies who wish to pursue business opportunities in the region. Presentations from technical innovators and prominent companies such as SmartCat, Semantix, Qlik and Wordfast, will discuss advances in the industry, and address the challenges of working with Nordic languages. We are particularly interested in the keynote speeches to be delivered by Michael Booth, author of An Almost Nearly Perfect People, and Tim Lomas, author of The Glossary of Happiness. Both are sure to give fascinating insight into Nordic culture and the languages that define it.
Networking will certainly be a highlight of the event, and we look forward to meeting with expert translation agencies from across Europe. If you would like to meet with our representatives over the course of NTIF, don’t hesitate to send a message to Alistair Binks, Managing Director at Albion Languages. See you soon, Malmö!
Nordic Translation Industry Forum
24-25 November 2016
Clarion Hotel & Congress Malmö Live
About Albion Languages: Founded in 1999, Albion Languages offers translation, localisation, and interpreting solutions, with the aim of placing the client at the centre of attention in each and every project. Our dedicated employees and specialised translators combine translation expertise with a flexible, personal service to deliver thousands of translations a year in over forty-six different languages. http://albionlanguages.com/