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We are excited to announce that this week LINGVOBALT team has moved its Vilnius office to a new brighter location (not far away from its previous one). Now you can find us at Konstitucijos Av. 15-78 (http://www.lingvobalt.com/contacts/). We’d love to have you come by and look forward to seeing you at our new office! You are also welcome to contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +370 5 2722736.
On November 12–13, LINGVOBALT, specializing in translations into Baltic languages, attended TEKOM FAIR 2019, which took place in Stuttgart, Germany. The latest translation technologies and newly developed products became the focus of attention for this event participants. TEKOM provided us with a unique opportunity to get a comprehensive overview of the translation industry market, as well as to meet our long-term customers and partners there. We are definitely planning to attend the same event in Würzburg in 2021.
On October 10-11, LINGVOBALT Managing Director Aleksandra Drublionienė attended the regional conference Meet Central Europe 2019, held in Prague. That was the second event organized by independent translation industry associations from Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia (the first one took place in 2018 in Budapest). The conference was attended by more than 400 participants from all over the world. The conference was focused on vendor management (VM) and its programme covered such topics as VM strategies, future of the translation and interpreting industry, machine translation, linguist recruitment, communication, success stories and much more. During [...]
Translator‘s professionalism and ethics have become the focus of Vilnius University annual conference
On 4 October 2019 Vilnius University Faculty of Philology held a conference "Translation in a modern society: the changing profile of a translator, ethics, expectations" organized by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Translation and the Institute for Literary, Cultural and Translation Studies, Vilnius University. The LINGVOBALT managing director Aleksandra Drublionienė took part in this annual event. The major focus of the conference was on translators’ professionalism and ethics in the context of application of modern technologies and ensuring information confidentiality. The speakers also touched upon the challenges of machine translation, changes in the translation industry, [...]