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Think Latin America Announces Sponsorship of 2013 Internationalization and Localization Conference
Think Latin America announced today that it is participating in and sponsoring the 2013 Internationalization and Localization Conference and Training in Santa Clara, California.
Fabiano Cid and Maria Cecilia Maldonado are the Creators and Organizers of Think Latin America. “Lingoport is a prominent industry player and a long-standing supporter of Think Latin America,” said Cid. “I had the pleasure to attend the previous conference they organized and the quality of the content was very impressive. I am happy that we managed to have a presence there again.” According to Maldonado, “we are very happy with the sponsorship denomination that we share with Lingoport in our event: Sparkle Sponsor. The two conferences are filled with industry stars, both on stage and in the audience.”
As in 2012, the conference kicks off with a full day of stand-alone internationalization training lead by Olivier Libouban, Lingoport’s Globalization Lead. Class attendees will work together to master concepts, writing systems, interface issues, and input methods, and then learn to detect and resolve issues within various codes. This class offers a great training opportunity while connecting with fellow professionals in the global development industry, and is ideal for software engineers/development managers, i18n/L10n managers, test engineers, and QA managers.
Registration and additional information about the 2013 Internationalization and Localization Conference and Training are available at: http://www.lingoport.com/
About Think Latin America
Organized by Ccaps (http://www.ccaps.net) and SpeakLatam (http://www.speaklatam.com), Think Latin America is where leading industry experts, strategists and true decision makers get together to talk about the region that continues to grow and attract investments every day. Could this growth be because of the more stable economic policies, or the technology transformation that is underway there? Or is it because of the vibrant emerging middle class that is boosting the demand for goods? The doors are open to immense opportunities in the “new” Latin America. Even attendees can learn more about Latin America as a business region, listen to success stories of global companies that seized the opportunities offered by its booming market, find out what is moving and shaking Latin America online and offline, and interact with experts who provide various views on Latin America – from the inside and the outside, as seen by suppliers and buyers, from a globalization and business point of view. For more information, please visit http://www.thinklatinamerica.com or contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.