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Networking among diverse participants

The Interpreting the Future conference hosted by the BDÜ will bring together old hands of the translation sector with students, educators, new entrants to the profession, product suppliers and service providers. The three-day event in the German capital will provide an excellent opportunity for establishing new networks and reinforcing existing ones. The first Interpreting the Future conference held in September 2009 at the same venue was attended by around 1,600 people from over 40 countries.

  • Networking:
    The three conference days in the vibrant city of Berlin will provide plenty of opportunities to make direct contact with potential clients and colleagues specialised in the same or complementary fields.

 Konferenz 2009, Kollegen im Gespräch

  • At seminars and workshops, you will be able to study various specialisations, bring your knowledge up to date or find out more about a specialisation you might be considering.

Hörsaal bei Konferenz 2009


  •  Share experience with other colleagues in workshops...


 Workshop bei Konferenz 2009

Workshop at the 2009 "Interpreting the Future" conference

  •  ... and voice your opinion in discussions.

 Podium Audimax Konferenz 2009

Panel discussion at the 2009 "Interpreting the Future" conference

  • At the trade exhibition, suppliers will be showcasing new products and services for translators and interpreters. Acquaint yourself with the latest reference works, information management tools, translation memory systems and services for translators and interpreters.

 Konferenz 2009, Fachmesse

Trade exhibition at the 2009 "Interpreting the Future" conference

  • Use the job exchange and networking sessions to make direct contact to ptential clients and employers.

 Konferenz 2009, Stellen- und Kooperationsbörse

Job exchange at the 2009 "Interpreting the Future" conference

 We are looking forward to meeting you at the 2nd "Interpreting the Future" conference in Berlin!