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Yes, Let's Change, But You Go First!

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 26, 2017 11:36:26 PM / by Katharine Allen posted in interpreting, think! Interpreting, business of interpreting, Remote interpreting, business, GALA

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The 4th think! Interpreting is here!

By now, we all understand that change is transforming many aspects of the interpreting profession. Currently, we are caught in a frustrating moment where the facof change has been accepted, but many are waiting to see what others do first. 

This week Barry and Katharine are in the incomparable city of Amsterdam for the 4th think! InterpretingInterpretAmerica has been partnering with the Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) during its annual conference since 2014 to bring interpreting-related content to the world's biggest language services industry event. 

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think! Interpreting 2017 Call for Proposals

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 4, 2016 8:23:06 AM / by Katharine Allen & Barry S. Olsen posted in interpreting, Technology, translation, think! Interpreting, business, language, GALA, professionalization

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Announcing think! Interpreting 2017

Announcing the call for proposals for think! Interpreting 2017!  InterpretAmerica has been collaborating with Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) since 2014 to help raise the profile of interpreting inside the broader language services industry. This year we are excited to bring you the fourth installment of think! Interpreting, which will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 26-29, 2017. 

The 2017 conference theme is: The New Basics: Success and Sustainability in Today’s Language IndustryAfter years of talking about coming change, disruption and innovation, that change is now here. In 2017, our focus is bringing you the kind of information and resources that will help you identify and adapt to these new basics - the nuts and bolts of being successful in our changed and still changing professional landscape. 

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think! Interpreting 2016 Helps Interpreting Onto A Bigger Stage

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 7, 2016 9:38:24 AM / by Katharine Allen posted in interpreting, translation, think! Interpreting, business

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think! Interpreting is going strong for the third year running. This year's installment is set for March 20-23 in New York City. Yet we find that many are still confused about just what think! Interpreting is. Here at InterpretAmerica, we've been organizing conferences for seven years, starting with the InterpretAmerica Summit in 2010 and later the first think! Interpreting in 2014. The Summit is bi-annual gathering of interpreting leadership and stakeholders that is run solely by InterpretAmerica.

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Professional Baseball, Globalization and the Need for Professional Interpreting

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 11, 2016 1:40:20 PM / by Barry S. Olsen posted in interpreting, interpreting employment, Client Education, Interpreter, business, Major League Baseball, language, baseball

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Baseball is an integral part of American cultural identity. So when news broke in January that Major League Baseball would require all 30 teams to provide two full-time Spanish/English interpreters, the news made headlines across the country.

The move by MLB authorities is proof positive that baseball isn’t exclusively America’s pastime anymore and hasn’t been for some time. Many of the best players don’t necessarily speak English. They weren’t hired to. They signed on the dotted line and came to the US from Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and elsewhere because they could pitch, hit or steal bases better than other MLB hopefuls who DO speak English as a first language. With 25 percent of all MLB players hailing from Spanish-speaking countries at the beginning of the 2015 season, this new rule was long overdue.  

READ TO THE END FOR OUR MLB INTERPRETER CALL TO ACTION! #pro1nt4MLB

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