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Thursday, August 17 02:00 PM 03:00 PMWe’ll talk about managing collaborative translation projects in Smartcat: working with your existing team, hiring additional freelancers, and paying for jobs done on and outside Smartcat.
This Thursday, we’ll talk about managing collaborative translation projects in Smartcat.
In particular, we’ll discuss how to:
Collaborate with your existing team, Hire additional freelancers from the marketplace, and Pay anyone for jobs done on and outside Smartcat. The webinar will be especially helpful for translation executives and project managers.
But if you are a freelancer, the webinar will allow you to offer a much-wanted service to your clients.
The session will take around one hour, and registered participants will be able to access its recording afterwards.
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Thursday, July 20 02:00 PM 03:00 PMHave you ever thought of sharing your knowledge with less experienced colleagues? Then join our Q&A session with CCA-nominated translation mentor @Tanya Quintieri. Topics we will discuss include:
Why mentor at all? What’s in it for mentors? How to approach potential mentees? Or should you wait for them to approach you? What should a mentor not do? You can watch the webinar on Crowdcast or right here:
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Monday, July 3Current status: Finished. Results published here.
One-week translathon to elect new Smartcat Senior Translators.
Day 1 / July 3: Translation. Day 2–4: Reviews. Day 5: Results. Senior Translator infographic (10).pdf
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Thursday, July 6 03:00 PM 04:00 PMEvery time you express yourself in person, over the phone or by email, you’re projecting something about yourself and your business. So what can you do to come across as more professional when you’re just starting out and working with a limited budget?
In this last webinar of the series, we want to talk about presentation. We’ll start with networking events, which send fear into the hearts of many shy and solitary translators, and we’ll look at how you can approach them to make the experience a bit more enjoyable and useful.
We’ll also talk about structuring your 10‐second presentation to direct clients, whether in person or over the phone. And finally we’ll look at what a good translator’s CV and presentation letter should look like when you’re approaching agencies.
Hopefully you’ll leave feeling more confident about presenting your translation business to potential clients, whichever method you decide to use!
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