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Process Innovation Challenge #9 Winner Is Announced!

Make Localization Part of the Experience Anne-sophie Delafosse Wins the Ninth Process Innovation Challenge Anne-sophie Delafosse from Deliveroo became the 2020 “Localization Process Innovator of the Year for the USA” at the Ninth PIC which took place January 28, 2021 at LocWorldWide43. Her innovation “Make Localization Part of the Experience”, explained a dramatic shift [ Read More ]

Process Innovation Challenge #9 Winner Is Announced!2021-02-01T17:29:19-08:00

Process Innovation Challenge #9 Is Almost Here

It's Time for PIC #9! The Process Innovation Challenge (PIC) is taking place this January, 2021 at LocWorldWide43. As always, innovators will pitch their ideas with the goal of sharing their innovations with the localization community, and have a chance to become the PIC Innovator of the year. This version will be 100% virtual, [ Read More ]

Process Innovation Challenge #9 Is Almost Here2021-01-05T16:23:36-08:00

Global Toolbox Days

Introducing Global Toolbox Days These in-depth sessions are just the tools you may need! You may be familiar with previous LocWorld preconference days, where we offer special sessions for attendees who are already in town for the conference. We are doing the same thing for LocWorldWide43, but there is no reason to have these [ Read More ]

Global Toolbox Days2021-02-01T13:12:36-08:00

The Secrets Behind Crafting a Compelling Conference Program

How is the LocWorld program drawn up? From more than 120 proposals to around 30 sessions in five parallel tracks – how do we go about that? The LocWorld conference program process always starts with a Call for Papers (CFP) to encourage submissions from leading language industry experts and all the different stakeholders to ensure [ Read More ]

The Secrets Behind Crafting a Compelling Conference Program2020-03-19T04:09:06-07:00

LocWorld41: Three Things (Still) Plaguing Localization Managers

The team at Wordbank had a great time attending LocWorld 41 in San Jose and hearing firsthand how top companies are approaching the conference’s theme of “Go Global, Be Global.” Throughout the conference, client-side presenters discussed challenges that are all too familiar to veteran localization professionals. You know the saying: the more things change, the more [ Read More ]

LocWorld41: Three Things (Still) Plaguing Localization Managers2020-01-09T14:47:20-08:00

Insights from LocWorld41, Silicon Valley

This year’s US LocWorld event was held in the world’s technology and innovation hub, Silicon Valley. With up to 10 different tracks and over 30 presentations, not to mention the preconference sessions, the event was jam-packed with localization insights for global companies, LSPs both large and small, and everyone in between. Read on to discover [ Read More ]

Insights from LocWorld41, Silicon Valley2019-12-16T13:21:56-08:00

LocWorld41 Silicon Valley: Nimdzi Conference Report

November 6-8, LocWorld returned to Silicon Valley for the sixth time since the conference series first launched in 2003. Given the theme of the 2019 conferences — Go Global, Be Global! — the location was particularly apt. Against the backdrop of the world’s most famous fonts of innovation, localization professionals gathered to discuss some of [ Read More ]

LocWorld41 Silicon Valley: Nimdzi Conference Report2020-02-10T13:32:32-08:00

Bigger, Better, Faster!

LocWorld22 London in 2013 was the first time Daniel and Alex ran a workshop themed “Localization for Startups”. Over six years, the workshop has transformed from a half-day to full-day experience, and has received very positive feedback. This allowed the organizers to evolve the content and enjoy the privilege of bringing together ever-curious localization minds [ Read More ]

Bigger, Better, Faster!2020-02-10T13:37:07-08:00

Localization and Globalization Frameworks: The forest through the trees

I first realized localization was a career when I began doing it. That same year I attended my first LocWorld with the help of the LocWorld organizers and committee. My employer was unwilling to pay, so I found a sponsor to pay for the LocWorld fees I could not afford. At my second LocWorld, Bill [ Read More ]

Localization and Globalization Frameworks: The forest through the trees2019-11-10T09:21:21-08:00
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