Localization aims to make the world smaller – to bring humans closer together regardless of country of origin or mother tongue in order to inspire, advance, and improve. To cultivate communication. It is, therefore, counterintuitive to operate with the expectation that resources are best sought in one geographic area to reach an audience spread globally. To localize for the world, language companies need to leverage talent from around the world. So why are many companies resistant to recruit employees to work virtually? During this webinar, we will explore the advantages, risks and some best practices to operating with a remote workforce that is efficient, productive, and profitable.
Colleen Beres is the Director of Business Strategy for Terra Translations. She earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Loyola University Chicago in Operations and an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management in Finance and Management & Organizations. Colleen has spent the past 15 years of her career utilizing qualitative insight and quantitative data to help safeguard businesses and organizations while promoting successful growth.
Marina Ilari has over 15 years of experience in the translation industry. She is an expert in translation tools and managing projects in English and Spanish. Marina has worked as translator, editor, and quality assurance specialist for many companies around the world with special focus on creative translations and video game localization. She is CEO of Terra Translations, a translation team specialized in LATAM Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese.