Remy Blättler is one of the three founders of Supertext. As CTO, he developed the world’s first online copywriting and translation web portal from scratch. Since 2005, he has developed a profound understanding of all things translation technology: from termbase management and translation memories, all the way to artificial intelligence and NMT.
As part of Supertext, he’s been spreading its mission to rid the world of bad copy. And that means putting in a good word for over 3,000 companies of all sizes and industries. From Zurich, Switzerland, Berlin, Germany, and Santa Monica, USA.
700 localizers from 45 countries
LocWorld brings together the who’s who of the localization industry. Speakers at the conference include representatives from ADP, Adobe Systems, Box, Dell, Facebook, GoPro, Medtronic, Microsoft, Netflix, Oracle, PayPal, Tableau Software and other notable companies. Approximately 700 global business executives from 45 countries are expected to attend. The conference is organized by MultiLingual Computing, Inc. and The Localization Institute.
Erica Orange, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of The Future Hunters, one of the world’s leading futurist consulting firms, will deliver the keynote, The Future Begins Now. Erica will talk about the pace of change in a broader context and discuss several emerging trends that are revolutionizing the current landscape.
The pre-conference day will include round tables on sales and marketing, the life science business and game localization. There will also be a forum on localization processes, including sessions on project management, attracting and developing talent, localization thinking for startups and neural MT transformation.
Attendees can choose from nine topic areas during the main conference program: Advanced Localization Management, Community, Content Management, Core Competencies, Global Business, Inside Track, TAUS, Technical and Unconference.
Translating technology into quality
“LocWorld is a key conference for companies that do global business or that address multiple language markets,” says Blättler. “We’re happy to share our broad knowledge of localization technology. Don’t miss it – swing by to say hello. Or Grüezi.”