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ITI Conference Speakers and Presentations announced

We are delighted to announce the confirmed speakers who will present at this year’s Conference (18-19 May).

We have been very impressed by the unprecedented response to the call for papers and hope you are equally enthused by the quality of the programme on offer.

Confirmed Speakers and Presentations:

• Silvia Ferrero: The Cultural Dimension in Games Localisation
• Dr. Karen Tkaczyk: From Soap to Drugs and Back via Quality Assurance & Standard Operating Procedures
• Lucy Brooks: CPD - The Key to the Future of our Profession 
• Isabel Hurtado de Mendoza: The Quest for Perfect Translation Workflow – A Collaborative Approach
• Cate Avery & David Harris: When an Accurate Translation is a Poor Translation
• Michael Farrell: How to Solve Terminology Problems more quickly (IntelliWebSearch)
• Maha El-Metwally: CPD for Conference Interpreters
• Alan Jones: The Red Baron meets Alice in Wonderland (Aviation)
• Lucas Vogt: Business Plan Mapping for Niche Markets – A Practical Perspective
• Andrew Leigh: Being Contract Smart
• Anne Diamantidis: Pathway through the Social Networking Jungle & Individual Consultations 
• Terence Lewis: Language Technology & Translators – How it was, is and may be
• Sarah Griffin-Mason: Professional Development Ladder – A Keystone in our Future Success
• Mark Shuttleworth: New Developments in Translation Memory Technology 
• Joanna Drugan: Quality in Professional Translation
• Doug Lawrence: What they really need, as opposed to what they think they want 
• Michael Crooks: Distance Learning & Online Translator Training in Legal Translation – A Practical Perspective
• Eline Van De Wiele: Patent Translation for Beginners 
• Sonia Cutler: Does Your Translation Need a Professional Editor?
• Valeria Aliperta: A Booth with a View
• Elizabeth Dickson: Becoming a Qualified Member (MITI)

We are also pleased to say that our keynote speakers are Kevin Lossner and Jost Zetzsche.

More speakers are still to be announced. 

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