Kilgray to announce official memoQfest 2010 program
Following last year’s success, Kilgray Translation Technologies, the organizer of the translation technology event memoQfest has released the official program of its second user conference that will take place in Budapest, Hungary.
Preceded with a workshop day on 5 May, Doug Lawrence from Amicus TransTec will host a workshop on ‘Clicks vs. Bricks: The MADness of On-Line Selling in the Translation Industry’, while Angelika Zerfass, an internationally acknowledged localization expert gives a 'memoQ masterclass' together with Balázs Kis, PhD, the managing director of Kilgray.
Kilgray wants to make the conference on 6 and 7 May an opportunity for all attendees to learn about industry trends and Kilgray's newest developments, attend workshops and discuss best practices, as well as take part in social events and exchange information among translators, language service providers and translation end users.
Both existing and future users are very welcome to join for meaningful presentations and memorable moments. Kilgray will celebrate its 5th birthday with an incredible birthday party at the conference.
Early bird registration is available until 31 March 2010.
Kilgray Translation Technologies is based in Budapest, Hungary, with offices in Germany, the US and Poland. The company delivers computer aided technology for the translation industry. It was founded in 2004 and launched the first version of memoQ, an integrated translation environment, in 2005. All products of Kilgray like memoQ, the memoQ server, and the TM Repository facilitate, speed up and optimize the entire translation process.
The networked translation suites of Kilgray are team-oriented and designed for the use of small translation teams as well as large enterprises.
Contact for further information:
Kilgray Translation Technologies, P.O. Box 7, 1255 Budapest, Hungary