The conference will be held in San Jose, California, on November 6-8. LocWorld provides the opportunity for conference attendees and speakers to attend sessions related to localization — the business of adapting products, services, and communications internationally to appear native in targeted regions. Nimdzi’s Sales Leadership, Strategy and Growth Adviser Josef Kubovsky is speaking about localization sales and marketing at a round table discussion on Wednesday. The conference includes representatives from Amazon Web Services, eBay, Expedia Group, Facebook, Google, GS Capital, Indeed, Microsoft, Philips, Pinterest, Salesforce, SurveyMonkey, VMware and a number of other organizations
This year, booth 109 will be stocked with copies of the Nimdzi 100, the Nimdzi Interpreting Index, and the newly published Nimdzi Compendium, a curated selection of research and writings on the language services industry. Those stopping by the booth will also be invited to participate in a TMS survey. All participants will receive key takeaways and one participant will be chosen to receive full access to the entire report upon publication.
For anyone attending the conference who has benefited from Nimdzi’s research and services, we invite you to participate in a quick video testimonial. Talk to Nika Allahverdi, Nimdzi’s Global Marketing and Engagement Manager about filming.
2019 has been a year of incredible growth for Nimdzi Insights. Nimdzi has grown its team and expanded its services, with experts not only in the business of the language services industry, but in mergers and acquisitions, government work, and cultural intelligence.
LocWorld Silicon Valley will be attended by eight members of the team:
The exhibit hall will be open November 7 from 8:00 am – 6:30 pm and November 8, from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm. The keynote will be delivered by Vitaly Golomb, founder of three technology and services companies who served as a mentor to a dozen global startup accelerators and business schools, contributed to TechCrunch and authored the best-selling book Accelerated Startup. The preconference day will include a workshop on globalization from startup to enterprise, an introduction to localization, a sales and marketing round table, a session on evaluating source content and a session on globalization. During the main conference program, attendees may choose from multiple topic areas: Content Management, Data; Global Business; Go Global, Be Global; Inside Track; TAUS, Technical, Unconference and What’s Next?
On Thursday, November 7, there will be a public open house where people may attend the last session of the day and visit the exhibit hall without charge but advance registration is required.
This conference also represents an opportunity for executives and managers to review the best products and services in the exhibit hall.
LocWorld41 Silicon Valley sponsors include: RWS Moravia, thebigword, Amazon Web Services, Akorbi, Memsource, and Venga.
From November 6-8, LocWorld returned to Silicon Valley for the sixth time since the conference series first launched in 2003. Given the theme of the 2019 conferences — Go global, be global! — the location was particularly apt.
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