“Nordic Translation Industry Forum (NTIF) is where language industry representatives are given access to a platform for exchanging ideas and knowledge in an engaging and inclusive environment. The event aims to maintain a Nordic regional focus with our themes and speakers as well as our forum venues,” says Anne-Marie Colliander Lind.
Similarly, Meet Central Europe (MCE) conference has a regional Central and Eastern European languages focus aimed at providers and buyers of these languages a single easily accessible platform to meet current and potential business partners, exchange ideas with vendor management as an underlying theme.
“The cooperation between NTIF and MCE begun in 2018 during the inaugural conference in Budapest, Hungary, and continued at the NTIF’s event in Oslo, Norway. We believe that it is important to strengthen the level of cooperation throughout Europe by providing regional industry events, such as NTIF and MCE.” concludes Anne-Marie.
Meet Central Europe Conference was created by the four national translation company associations of Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia to provide a large-scale single conference for the region.
The Meet Central Europe 2019 Conference theme is Inspiring vendor managers. The event offers a wide variety of content which will be presented by recognised language industry thought leaders. The format was designed to maximise the opportunities for delegates to meet fellow professionals, exchange ideas, as well as develop productive long-term business relationships.
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NTIF provides a forum where language industry representatives from the Nordic and Baltic countries are given access to a platform for exchanging ideas and knowledge in an engaging and inclusive environment. We aim to maintain a regional focus with our themes and speakers as well as our forum venues.
The idea with the Nordic Translation Industry Forum is to gather language services companies from the region who are interested in topics about industry trends and regional matters, as well as technology.
The languages in the countries of the region are not spoken by many and are expensive to translate – and it’s in all our interests to preserve local languages and avoid turning into an English-speaking region only. We believe that by meeting and sharing experiences we can work together to strengthen the industry.