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This webinar will cover how freelance translators can take advantage of their location independence to live and work as ‘digital nomads’.

 

It will include:

  • What kind of options are there for translators who want to try the digital nomad lifestyle? (Pros and cons of digital nomad programmes vs. a DIY approach).
  • What are aspects you need to take into account when embarking on this kind of lifestyle?
  • How can you prepare and plan your nomadic travels? (Travel resources)
  • What kind of benefits can this kind of lifestyle bring to freelance translators? (New business opportunities, developing linguistic skills and specialisms, etc.)

 

Elizabeth will answer these questions using the experience she has gleaned over the past 2.5 years of living as a digital nomad, the first year travelling with an organised programme for remote professionals and the second 1.5 years travelling individually. By the end of the webinar, attendees should have a clear idea of what the digital nomad lifestyle entails and be equipped with useful tips and resources for living and working as a digital nomad.

 

Register for your free place https://bit.ly/2JDKt3G

 

Speaker Elizabeth Garrison

 

Elizabeth has been a freelance translator since early 2009, working from Spanish and Catalan into English. She specialises in the fields of wine, tourism and culture and EU affairs and institutional translations. A US native, Elizabeth spent over 12 years living in the UK before setting off to work and travel as a ‘digital nomad’ in March 2016. Since then, she has lived and worked in 28 different countries and now plans her travels around professional events and personal interests. Her latest destination has been Italy, where she has been working on achieving her long-standing goal of learning Italian.

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It will include:

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  • What are aspects you need to take into account when embarking on this kind of lifestyle?
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Register for your free place https://bit.ly/2JDKt3G

 

Speaker Elizabeth Garrison

 

Elizabeth has been a freelance translator since early 2009, working from Spanish and Catalan into English. She specialises in the fields of wine, tourism and culture and EU affairs and institutional translations. A US native, Elizabeth spent over 12 years living in the UK before setting off to work and travel as a ‘digital nomad’ in March 2016. Since then, she has lived and worked in 28 different countries and now plans her travels around professional events and personal interests. Her latest destination has been Italy, where she has been working on achieving her long-standing goal of learning Italian.

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This webinar will cover how freelance translators can take advantage of their location independence to live and work as ‘digital nomads’.

 

It will include:

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  • What are aspects you need to take into account when embarking on this kind of lifestyle?
  • How can you prepare and plan your nomadic travels? (Travel resources)
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Register for your free place https://bit.ly/2JDKt3G

 

Speaker Elizabeth Garrison

 

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Making the most of your freelance freedom as a digital nomad Webinar

Date: Thursday 15 November 2018, 12:00 - 13:00

Contact Email: professionaldevelopment@iti.org.uk

Event Details:

 

This webinar will cover how freelance translators can take advantage of their location independence to live and work as ‘digital nomads’.

 

It will include:

  • What kind of options are there for translators who want to try the digital nomad lifestyle? (Pros and cons of digital nomad programmes vs. a DIY approach).
  • What are aspects you need to take into account when embarking on this kind of lifestyle?
  • How can you prepare and plan your nomadic travels? (Travel resources)
  • What kind of benefits can this kind of lifestyle bring to freelance translators? (New business opportunities, developing linguistic skills and specialisms, etc.)

 

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Register for your free place https://bit.ly/2JDKt3G

 

Speaker Elizabeth Garrison

 

Elizabeth has been a freelance translator since early 2009, working from Spanish and Catalan into English. She specialises in the fields of wine, tourism and culture and EU affairs and institutional translations. A US native, Elizabeth spent over 12 years living in the UK before setting off to work and travel as a ‘digital nomad’ in March 2016. Since then, she has lived and worked in 28 different countries and now plans her travels around professional events and personal interests. Her latest destination has been Italy, where she has been working on achieving her long-standing goal of learning Italian.

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