SlatorCon Remote September 2021
A rich online conference which brings together our research and network of industry leaders.
Attend the industry’s leading events, network with thought leaders and grow your career and business.
Attend the language industry’s leading localization conferences and events with the SlatorCon series. Network with, and learn from, language industry leaders and large corporate buyers to grow your career and business. Discuss the latest developments in the localization industry including revenue drivers, funding and mergers, enterprise buyer case studies and advancements in AI, machine translation and content localization.
SlatorCon localization events are built for the maximum return on your time and investment. In-person conference agendas are packed with engaging 20-minute TED-style presentations by industry leaders and experts across language services, technology, procurement, academia and finance. Online SlatorCon Remote presentations have a larger audience worldwide that also includes decision influencers. Read More
Every facet of SlatorCon is focused on providing you with the best and most up-to-date information on the global language industry. Every localization event and conference Slator hosts is carefully curated to offer the relevant industry topics and executive networking opportunities to help you achieve your business objectives.
The information we provide at our translation and localization conferences is relevant to all areas of the localization industry. Topics range from industry operating models and revenue growth drivers, to large buyer case studies, funding and M&A, and the latest language technology developments.
SlatorCon experts answer the big questions for senior industry leaders at our translation events. Do you grow organically or by M&A? Do you consolidate vendors or not? How is new technology impacting the industry? What trends do business owners need to be aware of as the language industry moves into automation?
Get the answers to these vital questions and more by attending a SlatorCon language conference on a regular basis. Not only will you receive critical business information, you will make valuable industry contacts that can help you expand your capabilities into the future.
The SlatorCon series is like no other localization event in the language industry. Successfully launched in London, New York and Zurich in 2017, and expanded to Tokyo and San Francisco in 2018 and Amsterdam in 2019, SlatorCon engages senior language industry executives worldwide at least three times a year. In 2020, with the Covid-19 pandemic suspending in-person localization conferences globally, Slator launched the SlatorCon Remote conference series with regular online events.
The first online translation conference, A 2020 Look at the Global Language Industry on May 14th, featured panelists from TransPerfect, memoQ and Slator who dialed in from Europe, North America, and Asia to discuss updates on the language industry as the world shuttered to weather the pandemic. This exclusive event was only open to buyers of the Slator 2020 Language Industry Market Report and subscribers to Slator’s Strategy and Research Packages.
Our second online conference, SlatorCon Remote - July 2020, took place on July 9th and offered a packed agenda with insights on media and game localization, transcreation, private equity, the value of language skills, web localization, Covid-19 impact assessment, and more. CEOs speaking at this localization event included Stuart Green from Zoo Digital, Ed Bussey from Quill, Ann Carlisle from Chartered Institute of Linguistics (CIOL) and Balazs Benedeck from Easyling.
A third and final SlatorCon Remote is planned for late November 2020. C-Suite executives from language service and translation agencies, corporate buyers and procurement, venture capital and private equity, and researchers will meet online to discuss the language industry issues that matter most. Past speakers include Phil Shaw, CEO of TransPerfect, John Fennelly, CEO of Lionbridge, Ferose V R, Head of Globalization at SAP and Michal Antczak, Head of Localization Technology at PayPal.
Be sure and register for the next localization conferences and take part in the Q&A and panel discussions with industry leaders and key decision makers.