No matter how global an industry is, local economies affect a company’s daily operations. This webinar discusses the Argentinian case as an example of the challenges of buying at home and selling abroad.
The presenters share from their own experience how a local economic crisis and currency fluctuation can be dealt with, how navigating a crisis can have positive results in terms of gaining perspective, and how to employ hindsight to develop and improve your growth strategy.
Two different companies, two different perspectives, one common tale of how challenges can lead into thinking business in a more mature and structured way!
María Gabriela Morales
Gabriela is the founder of Rosario Traducciones y Servicios, an innovative translation and localization company based in Rosario, Argentina, specializing in Latin American languages. In 1995, Gabriela opened the office of Lazoski, Beninatto & Associados — the first translation company in the region. After that, she managed the South American Spanish operations of LMI and Berlitz in Argentina and Chile. She has a degree in both English into Spanish and French into Spanish translation. Gabriela served on the GALA Board from 2008 to 2009. She is also founding member of Translated in Argentina, a group of independent localization agencies based in Argentina.
Eugenia is an Operations Manager at SpeakLatam, a Spanish translation company focusing on the comprehensive language needs of MLVs. With more than 10 years of experience in language services, Eugenia has been involved in areas such as administration, process development, customer service and complaint resolution, team leadership, multilingual content coordination and project management not only in Argentina but also in companies in England and Spain where she lived for many years.