Localization - how to avoid expensive mistakes [Cambridge Network Webinar]
In the third talk for Cambridge Network by website localization company Alpha CRC, we’ll focus on how to avoid expensive mistakes when trying to attract your international markets online.
|Date||Thursday 9th September||
|Cost||Free for members | Free for non-members|
The webinar will focus on all areas of the localization process and explain common mistakes which organisations make when producing content in new languages. It will show you how you can control quality and cost and when tools can help the process. It will also explain how to make sure your solution for creating the new language content is the one you need.
This is the third of a series of five short webinars exploring website localization that started in June 2021. Over five months or so Alpha CRC, with Cambridge Network, has been sharing hints and tips to get your website showcasing your products or services effectively to potential overseas contracts.
Speaker: Ed O’Keefe, Business Development Manager, Alpha CRC
About Alpha CRC: Providing end-to-end localization, translation, transcreation and multilingual content services for global brands.
The session will take place at 11-11.30am on Thursday 9th September. Please sign up to take part! Participants will be sent a link to join via Zoom prior to the start time.
Anyone may attend free of charge. Click on Book Now, then click the login link on the next page to book. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is part of a series of localisation webinars given by Alpha CRC for Cambridge Network in 2021. The next sessions are:
|13th Oct||The choices when creating your content in new languages|
|9th Nov||How localization builds trust in your international markets|
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