The experts at translation company Future Trans are delighted to announce their attendance at the upcoming ATD International Conference in San Diego. The conference takes place between May 6-9 2018 at San Diego’s Convention Centre, and looks set to be one of the most significant events in the professional calendar this year, offering impressive new solutions for creating impactful learning programs and measuring their success.
With keynote speakers including former US President Barack Obama and ADP Research Institute leader Marcus Buckingham, the event has much to recommend it, providing attendees with the knowledge, strategies and solutions required to effectively train, develop and retain top talent across a wide variety of industries. ADT is the largest conference of it’s kind, and the ability to learn from world-renowned leaders promises to be an opportunity few will want to miss! In addition to the talks on show, there will also be networking opportunities and over 400 exhibitors from around the globe.
As specialists in Middle Eastern and African languages, Future Trans make it a priority to take part in events which showcase the best from the worlds of business and translation – and know first hand how important communication is to trading across national and international boundaries. No translation task is too big or too small, and the in-house specialists are not only experienced in translation, but also use the very latest tools to ensure a swift and smooth process.
Future Trans’ Director of Global Accounts, Dee Johnson, is attending the event for the first time, and can’t wait to make the most of all ADT has to offer. “We’re very excited about this year’s ATD Conference,” says Dee. “I look forward to meeting other leading industry professionals and taking advantage of the learning opportunities the event is famous for – as well as spreading the word about the services we offer at Future Trans.”
Find out more about the upcoming event at https://atdconference.td.org/ or discover Future Trans at the official website www.future-trans.com
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