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First Supporter member of ITI

Doug Lawrence “delighted and honoured” to be first Supporter member of ITI

Doug Lawrence, founder of independent translation technology consulting company Amicus Transtec, has been revealed as the first Supporter member of ITI.

Supporter is one of the new categories that form part of the Institute’s revamped membership structure. It is for any individual who has an interest in the translation and interpreting industry. Read more about the new categories here.

Chair of ITI, Iwan Davies, comments: “I’m really pleased that Doug has chosen to become a Supporter of ITI. As a non-translating translation-industry professional, he is exactly the sort of person this category is designed for, and to have him as our first Supporter is wonderful. We are also seeing good levels of uptake for our other new categories, as people who were previously in the old associate category are identifying their position on the career ladder. In addition, I’m pleased to see a steady flow of new members into the Institute – it all bodes well for our future.”

Doug adds: “I was delighted and honoured to learn that I was the first Supporter member of ITI. I became an associate some years ago and was always a little uneasy about the title of this membership grade. As a non-linguist I was never going to be become a full member, but I was, and continue to be, a keen advocate of the Institute, its members and its goals. I’m very happy to be a Supporter of ITI and wish the organisation and its members every success for the future.”

 

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