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CAT Tool & Software Day

Sep 29, 2014



On-demand
presentation

Working effectively with project managers - for translation professionals

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The goal of this session is to clearly define the role of the project manager, explaining their daily activities and responsibilities. Based on a clear definition of this person's role in executing translation projects, the presenter will offer suggestions on how translators can become an strategic ally of the project managers they work with, and ultimately receive more volume and more professionally satisfying work from translation agencies.

The intended audience for this presentation includes:

1. translators looking to grow their translation business, by targeting translation agencies as key clients they will serve.
2. language industry professionals who aspire to work as project managers.
3. translation company owners or directors who are interested in seeing the project manager's profile as presented by another language company owner.


Language(s):English

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Drew MacFadyen
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PLEASE allow time for video to load Sep 17, 2014

This is a large video file and it will "appear" blank/black for up to a minute while the video file downloads, do not refresh the page as that will start the process over.

Thank you

Drew


 

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