On October 12-14, Aleksandra Drublioniene, CEO of the translation company LINGVOBALT, attended the Meet Central Europe language industry conference in Bratislava. This is the fourth time our company has been attending this conference, which has been focusing on translation, localization, language services, and vendor management as well as uniting language industry professionals and representatives of translation companies from all over the world. It gathered together almost 400 freelancers as well as owners and employees of language service companies, including project managers, vendor specialists, CEOs and leads, seeking inspiration and wishing to meet like-minded people. The [...]
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LINGVOBALT sponsors and celebrates the 25th anniversary of Vilnius University Department of Translation and Interpretation Studies
Last week LINGVOBALT team was invited to take part at the international conference “Translation, Ideology, Ethics: Response and Credibility” organised by the Department of Translation and Interpretation Studies of Vilnius University. The conference was held to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Department of Translation and Interpretation Studies and was focused on interrelation between translation, ideology and ethics. It also included the international workshop on Ethics in the Era of Machine Translation. Together with other conference attendees we participated in a number of sessions analysing how ideologies affect the field of translation, how translation influences [...]
On September 15-16, Aleksandra Drublioniene, CEO of the translation company LINGVOBALT, attended the 5th Pan-Baltic conference of the American Chambers of Commerce of three Baltic counties, which was held in Riga this year. This event was a part of annual series of events embracing cooperation, communication, and exchange of experience among AmCham members across the Baltic region. A two-day program covered such topics as defence and security, human capital development, access to healthcare and efficiency of the healthcare sector, as well as cybersecurity risks, threats and attacks in the Baltics. It also included visits to MikroTik, [...]
Last week Lingvobalt CEO Aleksandra Drublioniene participated in MemoQfest, one of the largest in-person language industry events since 2019. Being held at the unique venue in Budapest, it was attended by more than 250 translation and localisation industry professionals from all over the world. Its 3-day programme included insightful masterclasses and presentations as well as active networking sessions as part of the impressive social programme. Recent language industry trends, developments and technologies became the focus of this brilliant event. The participants were provided with great opportunities to find out about translation workflow optimization tips as [...]
On 18 May 2022 Lingvobalt CEO Aleksandra Drublioniene participated in an international networking event organised by the ATC (Association of Translation Companies). The event took place in the heart of London and gathered language service company managers, freelance linguists, language industry professionals, technology providers not only from the UK, but also from all over the world. During round table discussions the attendees exchanged and presented their ideas on the challenges of the translation and localization business environment they had been facing in their home countries. The topics covered included staffing, technologies, and future of the [...]