20 Oct /11

Language Show Live 2011. Seminar title: Death of the translator?

language show 2011Language Show Live 2011 is the UK’s biggest event for everyone with an interest in languages.

With more than 160 leading exhibitors and 80 free language courses and 60 seminars, the show is the best place for language learners, teachers, professional linguists and anyone with a passion for languages.

The Teacher’ Networking Lounge, the TEFL Forum and the numerous Career Zones in the Recruitment Village, will help you find all the advice and resources needed to learn or teach languages and find a career using your language skills.

With world cultures, music and cuisines; Language Show Live in London Olympia promises to be a unique and exciting language event.

Edward Vick, Managing Director of translation company EVS Translations, will hold a seminar at the Language Show Live 2011 on 21st October 2011.

Seminar Title: Death of the translator?

Key subjects: Machine translation and translation memories in business and governance. The future of machine translation and professional translators.

Seminar Details

With nearly 70% of translations worldwide done electronically, does the translator have a career in the future? Find out why big companies such as Microsoft are not allowed to use individual translators. Why as many as 2 million pages need to be translated before a new version of one single car goes into production and what the key to success in this rapidly changing profession is.

Date/Time: 21 Oct 201115:15-16:00

Language Show Live 2011 in London 21st – 23rd October 2011

Olympia National Hall, Hammersmith Road, London W14 8UX

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7288 6463