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Dynamic Language Vice President to present at American Translators Association Division Conference
Emergency Preparedness Seminar by Dynamic Language Vice President Sandy Dupleich at 2010 American Translators Association - Translation Company Division (ATA-TCD) Conference
By: Kristyl Drew
The breakout session will focus on preparations to minimize the impact that an emergency situation can have on both large and small organizations. Emergencies range from theft to fire to flooding, but simple steps can decrease the effect such events have on a business, including its clients and employees. Small actions presented here will make a large difference in containing damage and loss.
Dynamic Language has experienced a number of emergencies including an earthquake, two burglaries, a flood, and an electrical fire, adding ‘emergency response expert’ to Dupleich’s qualifications. Because of disaster recovery plans, Dynamic Language was able to carry on business and meet customer commitments in normal timeframes during each of these occurrences.
“Despite some of the challenges we’ve faced in our business, I’m proud that we’ve been able to continue serving our clients no matter which disaster presents itself. I’m happy to be able to share what I’ve learned with others,” says Dupleich.
ATA-TCD gears to help members start 2010 on a business high note at its 11th Annual Mid-year Conference March 18-20 in Scottsdale, AZ. More information and registration information can be found at www.ata-tcd.com.
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Dynamic Language, founded in 1985, provides services to clients around the world and is one of the largest language service providers in the United States. Dynamic Language is a woman-owned, minority-owned and family-owned business with a reputation for delivering high quality document translation, website and product localization, interpreting, ASL interpreting, narration, transcription, and graphic design services in more than 150 languages. More information on Dynamic Language can be found at www.dynamiclanguage.com.
Dupleich has been with Dynamic Language for more than 23 years, also currently serving as Association of Language Companies Board of Directors Vice President. She is a University of Washington School of Communications graduate.
ATA-TCD is a division of the American Translators Association (ATA). It brings together ATA members who share a common interest in the management and operation of a translation company.