Hi Juan Moreiras from Miami, Florida

Hello from Lima, Peru

Hello everyone! 😊 I'm Ana de los Angeles López. I live in Lima and Peru.
I'm a Certified Translator by the Peruvian Association of Professional Licensed Translators (CTP – Colegio de Traductores del Perú), accredited as an active member in the following language combinations: en<>es / de<>es / it<>es

With more than 15 years of professional and work experience as a translator and interpreter. Translator with experience in the legal, economic-financial, and technical fields mainly.

Consecutive and liaison interpreter for commercial matters.

Specialized in the direct and reverse translation of machinery technical manuals, technical specifications, financial statements, contracts and administrative documents. 

I expect to learn a lot from the speakers of this great Summit and do a lot of network with colleagues 🤗

I would like to add that I love dogs, Netflix and my bed, especially on a cold day. 🤣
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Hello everyone! My name is Flor Montero, conference interpreter and psychotherapist. Looking forward to the Innovation in Translation Summit! Thank you Josh and Nora. :)

Hello from Tunisia

My name is Mohamad Badreddine El Fekih. I am 23-year-old. I am a second-year Master's Degree student in translation in the "Higher Institute of Languages of Tunis". I translate in three languages which are Arabic, English, and French. However, with interpreting, I interpret from Arabic to English or vice versa. My hometown is Nabeul inn the coast of Tunisia but currently, I am based in the capital Tunis. During this summit, I hope to learn new things that I don't know. Our field is full of updates that if we do not follow them up we will find ourselves too steps back away.  Moreover, I heard about Miss Nora before in a lecture with the "Arab Translators Union" that is in Lebanon but I did not have the honor to attend that lecture so I do not want to miss that again. My biggest question about translation is that what are the skills that any translator needs to have to work with the biggest translation companies in the world such as "RWS Holdings, Transperfect, Lionbridge, ...etc"? And if the translator does not have those skills, where could he acquire them? With regards to a fun fact about myself, I remember when "we" in the "Interpreters' Practice Group" or "Business Club" started to get to know each other, the founder of the two groups asked me what would I like to be called since my name is long hahaha, especially that most of the members are Europeans, then she suggested to call me "Mo" just like how Liverpool fans call "Mohamad Salah" and I gladly accepted and told her I wish one day I can become a successful translator like Mohamad Salah in football.    

Hello from Canada!

My name is Olivia and I'm based in beautiful British Columbia, where the leaves are starting to change colours bit by bit, as in the picture. Fall is coming! 

I am a freelance conference interpreter and translator and work with English, French and German as source languages, and Spanish as target language.

Very much looking forward to this conference and to knowing more about the future of the translation industry! (from statistical translation to neural to...?)

See you around!
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This is Josh

This is my welcome message, where I'd tell you a bit about myself.

As you just saw, you can add a cover image to your photo if you like.

You can also embed a photo or media using the buttons below.

When you're doing writing your message, click "Post" below.

How to introduce yourself in the Summit community

Welcome to the Innovation in Translation Summit community! 🎉  We can't wait to learn with you.

For now, let's get to know each other a bit! Here are a few prompts you can use in your introduction. (You don't have to answer them all! 😉)

Tell us about yourself...

🏳  Your background, languages, and where you're joining us from 
👩‍🎓  What you hope to learn during the summit
📲  Your biggest question(s) about translation
🥳  And to spice things up a bit, any fun fact about yourself.

After you introduce yourself, feel free to say hi to others, post questions, and have fun—we can’t wait to hear more from you!

How to introduce yourself - Technical details
Click the blue plus button in the upper right corner of this space, then type a title for your post and a message.

Once you introduce yourself, we'd really appreciate it if you say "hi" to someone that's just joined the summit community. Just look in the "Introduce yourself" thread and drop a quick response to a few new members.

Here's a little demo of how to create your first post. (Video only - no sound
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👋 Welcome!

Welcome to the Innovation in Translation Community!

We're thrilled to have you here for three jam-packed days of learning and networking.

We created this space for you to meet new people, greet old friends, motivate each other, and ask additional questions.

To kick things off, why not head on over to the "Introduce yourself" section and say hi? We'd love to know:

🏳  A bit about your background, languages, and where you're joining us from 
👩‍🎓  What you hope to learn during the summit
📲  Your biggest question(s) about translation
🥳  And to spice things up a bit, any fun fact about yourself.

After you introduce yourself, feel free to say hi to others, post questions, and have fun—we can’t wait to hear more from you!

PS. Check out the "Question of the Day" for a chance to win great prizes contributed by our speakers. You'll find the questions in the "Announcements" section on the right side of the screen (if you're using a desktop/laptop to access the community).