3 May: Short talks

On the second day of BP19 Translation Conference we’ll have 12 short talks for a single audience.  Each talk will last for 20 minutes, followed by a moderated 10-minute Q&A block.

The day includes two long coffee breaks and a lengthy lunch break, as well as a closing aperitivo right after the last talk of the day.

The talks below are in random order for the moment. The final schedule will be announced by mid-April. Click on the session cards to reveal more information about the subjects and the speakers.

The talks finish at 18:00, the closing aperitivo finishes around 19:00.

 

Session cards will be published here soon.

BP19 Translation Conference - Caroline Alberoni - How to impress clients and make them fall in love with you
BP19 Translation Conference - Olga Jęczmyk Nowak - Strategies to get more translation clients in a non-spammy way
BP19 Translation Conference - Vasiliki Prestige - Are you really a professional
BP19 Translation Conference - Jaquelina Guardamagna - The power of soft skills in a digital age
BP19 Translation Conference - Peter Oehmen - Dealing with difficult customers – conflict management for translators
BP19 Translation Conference - Susanne Präsent-Winkler -- How to raise your rates (and still keep your clients)
BP19 Translation Conference - Carlos la Orden Tovar - Running a translation business as a restaurant: Tips for a balanced menu
BP19 Translation Conference - Francesca Manicardi - Do you diversify your business?
BP19 Translation Conference - Sherif Abuzid - Productivity hacks for translators
BP19 Translation Conference - Iwona Piątkowska - Effective time management for translators
BP19 Translation Conference - Timothy Barton - Translation in developing countries: Threat or opportunity?