The First Croatian Translation Forum – Ready to Roll

Ciklopea 7 years ago 4 min read
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In the context of the language industry, Zagreb will be the centre of Europe on the 4th and 5th of November 2015, as the forum will host some of the top experts from various fields of translation industry from all over Europe, who will be there to share their insights, their knowledge and their thoughts on the further trends and development of the industry.

CTF will be attended by translators and other language industry professionals from Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Estonia, Hungary, England, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden, Germany and Romania.

We invite professionals from all areas of the translation industry, language services providers, translation companies and agencies, technical and software providers, professional translators, representatives of the academic community, professors at linguistic departments, students, researchers, CATA members, and future CATA members to apply to take part in this historic event.

Due to the uniqueness of the event and the fast approaching date, the Early Bird registration period has been extended to the 16th October 2015.

The 1st Croatian Translation forum is taking place on the 5th November 2015 at Hotel Dubrovnik, with pre-conference meeting at Zagreb Eye on the 4th November. Please see the official CTF Zagreb program here for more details.

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