Duration: 30 Minutes
Speakers: Mark White and Devon Gualtieri, content26. Nicholas Strozza, Interpro
Worried your next international product launch will get lost in translation? This 30-minute webinar provides pointers on how to create an efficient, cost-effective process for translating product page content into multiple languages.
This webinar provides you with tips on how to create an efficient, cost-effective process for translating product page content into multiple languages. Speakers include content26 Co-Founder Mark White, content26 Managing Editor Devon Gualtieri, and Interpro Translation Solutions Business Development Manager Nicholas Strozza. The webinar concludes with a question-and-answer session.
Content26 blog editor Trinity Hartman talks about why language choice is so important when creating content for non-English markets.
Content26 Co-Founder Mark White talks about why it's so important to think about translation early on in the content creation process.
Content26 Managing Editor Devon Gualtieri talks about how to best optimize the production process when translating content.
Nicholas Strozza from Interpro Translation Solutions discusses the importance of using in-country, professional translators and how translation memory can help reduce costs.
Mark is a founding member and partner of content26. He has worked in publishing and online media since 1999. He lives in Seattle with his wife, Tamara, and two young children, Cassandra and Lucas.
Devon came to content26 in spring 2009 as a copyeditor. She soon also became a Project Lead for a large content26 department and several high-profile clients. Along with her degree in religion from Oberlin College, Devon holds an editing certificate from the University of Washington.
Business Development Manager
Interpro Translation Solutions
Nicholas is a Business Development Manager at Interpro Translation Solutions where he started in January, 2009. Nicholas graduated from Northern Illinois University with a degree in Interactive Marketing and a minor in French. Prior to joining Interpro, Nicholas worked in the e-learning and website development industries.
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