Invitation to join the launch of the AALC Intern Partnership Program (IPP) With only a few weeks to go until the launch of its Intern Partnership Program, the AALC invites its members and all language service providers to join us for the launch of the AALC IPP and to discuss the development of this initiative. Places are limited […]
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AALC ROUNDTABLE ONLINE; Machine Translation – Heaven Sent or Road To Hell When; Wednesday, 19th August, 2015 Time; 4pm AEST Cost; free attendance for all The AALC are pleased to launch their bimonthly AALC ROUNDTABLE ONLINE. These are webinars taking place every two months where industry thought leaders of the language service industry in Australia and New […]
The AALC invites its members and all language service providers to join us for the launch of the AALC IPP and to discuss the development of this initiative. The AALC is currently developing the AALC Intern Partnership Program (IPP). Inspired by the European ELIA Exchange, this is in response to an increased awareness that graduates from translation programs are […]
AALC Internship Partnership Program (IPP) Background Inspired by the European ELIA Exchange, the AALC Intern Partnership Program (IPP) is the response to an increased awareness that graduates from translation programs are not always equipped, from the employer’s point of view, with all the skills necessary to begin being part of a productive team without […]
AALC President, Tea Dietterich, attended the conference dinner of the French Chamber of Translation Companies (CNET) in Paris in March just before heading to the GALA Conference in Seville. It was a memorable evening with lively exchange between French and other European LSPs. The AALC also regularly attends the Dutch Association of Language Companies events, as […]
AALC President and GALA Board Member Tea Dietterich has just returned from the Annual GALA Conference 2015 in Seville. The Annual GALA Language of Business conferences are advanced educational and networking events where localization leaders collectively discuss, share, and debate best practices and emerging trends in translation, localization, and language technologies. The Globalization and Localization Association […]
Dear AALC Members, We trust that you have all had a good start into the New Year and we look forward to seeing many of you throughout 2015. It’s important to us to engage and empower the membership. We know that member companies who are actively involved with the association derive more value from their membership, […]
What would you like the AALC to do for you? What matters to language service providers in Australia & New Zealand? The AALC is continually seeking ways in which to represent it’s members in matters relating to the industry and it is for this reason that we are calling on our members, as well as all other language […]
Globalization and Localization Association Announces 2015-16 Board Members 17 November 2014 Four Directors Elected by Member Ballot Seattle, Washington, USA – Members of the Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) have elected four members to two-year terms beginning in 2015: Manal Amin, Arabize (Egypt) Tea Dietterich, 2M Language Services (Australia) Robert Etches, TextMinded Danmark (Denmark) Véronique […]
AALC representation at the recent NZAMI (New Zealand Association of Migration & Investment) annual conference in Auckland. Guest attendees at the conference included the New Zealand Deputy Chief Executive of Immigration, cabinet ministers and 130 immigration advisors.