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Trinational Translation Conference (TriKonf) in Germany, October 19-20, 2013


The ITI supports the upcoming Trinational Translation Conference (TriKonf) in Freiburg, Germany, from October 19-20, 2013 ( You are entitled to a discount on your registration at the event, as member of a partner association.

Under the motto “Professionalisation and interoperability in the translation industry”, the conference will be trilingual, with presentations in English, German and French from top-notch international speakers, including Jost Zetzsche, Paul Filkin, Jerzy Czopik, Ralf Lemster and many more − among them MT and CAT experts from all over Europe.

The conference will take place in one of Freiburg's jewels: the Historisches Kaufhaus (“Historical Merchants’ Hall”), from the 16th century, right at the heart of the city's historical centre.

To claim your discount, simply send an email to with proof of membership (association certificate, membership card, current invoice for membership fee, or any other proof that you are a member of one of the associations listed above for the current year) and indicate in the email the payment method you wish to use (on-line or wire transfer). The amount of the discount is 25 € on the early-bird rate and remains so on the regular and last-minute package. Early registration remains the most attractive!

Available payment methods and more information is available here:

View the full programme of the conference here:

View the speakers’ list here:

We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful Freiburg in October!

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