Companies with global or regional operations have been busy trying to maintain a strong, corporate voice as they engage their global stakeholders. With the restrictions imposed by social distancing, ensuring effective communications with multinational teams, partners and clients presents a whole new set of challenges and opportunities.
After an initial deceleration, organizations are finding a way to push multilingual meetings online, but is this the end of onsite events as we know them? How are organizations adapting to the growing need for multilingual meetings, and how are language professionals coping with the changes? How close are we to establishing new, lasting standards, and is anyone leading the way?
Nimdzi invited a panel of leading global professionals to share how they are adjusting to the paradigmatic shifts we are witnessing. Join us for a discussion on the topics of communication, language, and technology. We invite leaders of global companies, project managers, and linguists to register today and submit any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org. The meeting will be moderated by Nimdzi Insights and powered by KUDO’s simultaneous interpreting into Spanish, Italian, Russian, and Chinese.
The panelists include:
Sarah Hickey, Chief Research at Nimdzi Insights
María de los Angeles Ochoa, Localization Manager, The World Bank
Salvatore Giammarresi, Head of Localization at Airbnb
Renato Beninatto, CEO Nimdzi Insights
Webinar: New(ish) applications of AI in content creation and localization When people think of AI use cases in content localization, the first thing that comes to mind is MT for structured content. But there are many other use cases for AI in and around translation that are rapidly gaining traction. In order to stay ahead […]
In this webinar co-hosted by Nimdzi and Xillio, we look at technology around localization and connectivity.
Continuous growth and fragmentation have been the key characteristics of the language services market. Let's see what the data says.