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We Are Looking for a Russian – Serbian Translator and/or Editor/Proofreader (M/F)

Ciklopea 2 days ago

Ciklopea offers you work on dynamic and interesting projects, technical and linguistic training, professional growth and development and regular payment. Position: Translator and/or editor/proofreader Source language: Russian and Serbian Target language: Serbian and Russian (Translation in both directions SR<>RU)   Job description: Written translation Bilingual editing/proofreading Development/management of glossaries and termbases Communication with project managers […]

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Interview with Renato Beninatto: “What we’re going to translate in five years has not been invented yet”

Zana Čizmin 1 week ago

We met up with Renato Beninatto, the renowned language industry veteran and thought leader and CEO of Nimdzi Insights, earlier this month at LocWorld35 – Silicon Valley conference in Santa Clara. His latest book The General Theory of the Translation Company written with Tucker Johnson has just hit the stores and this was a perfect occasion for our Chief Business Development Manager Zana Čizmin to discuss both the book and the present and the future of the translation industry with Renato.

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Meet Ciklopea at TTT Conference 2017 in Bled

Ciklopea 2 weeks ago

We are happy to announce that our Chief Strategy Officer Mladen Stojak will represent Ciklopea at the forthcoming TTT conference in Bled, Slovenia, 9 – 10 November 2017. Mladen will be happy to meet you in person and provide you with an insight into the business opportunities with Ciklopea. If you are attending the TTT […]

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Meet Ciklopea at MEDICA 2017 in Düsseldorf

Ciklopea 2 weeks ago

We are happy to announce that our Business Development Managers Kristijan Novak and Gordan Škorić will represent Ciklopea at the forthcoming MEDICA conference in Düsseldorf, Germany, 13-16 November 2017. Kristijan and Gordan will be happy to meet you in person and provide you with an insight into the high quality language solutions for the life […]

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Meet Ciklopea at #BLIS Conference in Belgrade

Ciklopea 2 weeks ago

We are happy to announce that our Chief Business Development Officer Zana Čizmin will represent Ciklopea at the forthcoming Balkan Language Industry Symposium conference, a unique language industry event taking place for the very first time in Belgrade, Serbia, 9-10 November 2017.  Zana is also one of the organizers of BLIS and has worked with […]

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Glocalization: Buzzword of a New World

Juraj Močilac 2 weeks ago

Just the other day I read an article on how we should be more open to the natural fluidity of language and its capacity for change, allowing the usage to define the rules and not vice versa. Therefore, it doesn’t surprise me that new complex words and neologisms are popping up at every corner. And like language, neither other products and services should be immune to change. I’m sure you’ve already heard of globalization and most definitely of localization, but the word glocalization opens up a whole new dimension.

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Meet Ciklopea at #TranslatingEurope Forum 2017 in Brussels

Ciklopea 3 weeks ago

We are happy to announce that our Human Resources Manager Sara Demiri will take part in TRANSLATION STAKEHOLDERS (RE)SHAPING THE MARKET panel at the forthcoming #TranslatingEurope Forum in Brussels, Belgium, 6-7 November 2017. Sara will share her professional views on bridging the gap between the language industry and the academic community and present the Ciklopea Academy […]

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Meet Ciklopea at Web Summit 2017 in Lisbon

Ciklopea 3 weeks ago

We are happy to announce that our Business Development Managers Kristijan Novak and Gordan Škorić will represent Ciklopea at the forthcoming Web Summit 2017 conference in Lisbon, Portugal, 6-9 November 2017. Kristijan and Gordan will be happy to meet you in person and provide you with an insight into the business opportunities in the Southern […]

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Localizing Customer Experience: It’s Worth It

Miloš Matović 4 weeks ago

People won’t buy a product/service they don’t understand. This is the reason for every localization effort and everything that it may include, from market research, development of custom technological solutions, translation to linguistic fine-tuning. But is product/service localization really enough for the global success?

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