EUATC founding members the Association of Translation Companies (ATC) has chosen the World Heritage site of Greenwich in the South East of London and on the banks of the River Thames as the venue for the 2019 Language Industry Summit taking place this month from 18th to 20th September.
In 1980, when a young Rafet Saltik started studying for a degree that would qualify him to teach English as a foreign language at Marmara University, the idea that, nearly 40 years later, he would end up running of one of his country’s leading translation companies and be President of a national association, never entered his thinking.
EUATC Network member Translavic is launching a distance learning programme for translators. The aim of this first course is to train post-editors and help them get ready to add post-editing of machine translation as a new service to their commercial offering.
A historic Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by the European Union of Associations of Translation Companies (EUATC) and leading members of the Moscow Translation Club (MPK), which is to lead to the formation of a national association of Language Services Companies.
Bristol-based Market Research Translation specialist and EUATC network member RP Translate has been named as a finalist in the prestigious Market Research Society’s Operations Awards for the second year running. The company, founded by ATC Chair Ruth Partington in 1997, stands to win the much-coveted ‘Best Support Services Award’, proving that translation is increasingly recognised as invaluable by the UK Market Research industry.
This September, the annual ATC Language Industry Summit is coming to the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London. Welcoming industry professionals from across the UK and Europe to two days of energising talks, seminars and break-out discussions covering a range of topics at the heart of the industry.