Bigger, Better, Faster: Navigating the Globalization Road from Startup to Enterprise

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The corona virus pandemic is weighing on us all now – personally and professionally. The LocWorld team is well and we hope you are, also.
Regarding LocWorld42 in Berlin, we are in negotiations with our conference venue, the InterContinental Berlin, and are forced to wait for further developments in Germany before we can make a definitive announcement. Meanwhile, we are investigating opportunities for a virtual and safely-distant way to get together, network and learn. We promise to let you know more as soon as we can. We ask for your patience and understanding.
Bigger, Better, Faster: Navigating the Globalization Road from Startup to Enterprise
Track: Preconference | P01 |   Everyone |
Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 9:00am – 12:30pm 
Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 1:30pm – 5:00pm
Held in: Tropical
Presenters:
Christiane Bark - Busuu 
Melanie Heighway - Atlassian 
Maria Kania - Translations.com 
Tarja Karjalainen - HappyOrNot 
Danielle Geraldine Marcos - Tableau Software 
Yuka Nakasone - Beabloo 
Kevin O'Donnell - Nitro 
Oleksandr Pysaryuk - Ceridian 
Antoine Rey - Venga Global 
Florian Sachse - memoQ 
Martin Schneekloth - Haufe 
Cornelia Sittel - Salesforce
Moderator: Daniel Goldschmidt
SPONSORED BY: Venga Global

In this workshop, we are bringing together highly experienced localization leaders from organizations of all sizes. They will share their expertise in enabling their organization’s business to be truly global. We will focus on use cases from real life. The following subjects, with others, will be covered:

Going Global: What it means for an organization to become global and play global.

Localization as Part of the Production Chain: What organizations, people, activities, information and resources are involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer in various markets?

International Product Management: How does international product management enable global growth when businesses and products are subject to local regulations, compliance, economics and cultural expectations?

Leadership/Cultural Intelligence for a Global Company: The transformation of localization operations to become a strategic partner.