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InterpretAmerica is pleased to partner with GALA to produce think! Interpreting. This innovative collaboration will run concurrently with GALA 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey, from March 23 to 26, 2014, and will give conference participants a chance to explore the rapidly expanding interpreting sector in all its many facets. It will also offer representatives of interpreting the opportunity to network with create connections with the larger language services enterprise. 

think! Interpreting sessions are open to all attendees and will explore topics critical to the interpreting sector ranging from the ongoing impact of technology, to professional identity, to market and legislative trends around the world. Like the Interpret America Annual Summits of the past four years, think! Interpreting will provide a forum where key players can gather, learn, and foster greater connection, both among interpreting’s many segments and with the larger language industry as a whole.

InterpretAmerica welcomes the opportunity to partner with GALA, the global voice of the language industry, to shine a light on a thriving segment of the language enterprise.

Keep an eye on the think! Interpreting section of the GALA 2014 website for up-to-date program information. We have a limited number of sponsorship, exhibitor and demonstration opportunities for this unique collaboration. A copy of the sponsors prospectus may be downloaded here.

A press release regarding this groundbreaking collaboration can be found here.

think! Interpreting is co-produced by Interpret America and GALA

The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) is the worldwide voice for the language industry and a resource for the language business. The association supports its members and the language industry by creating communities, championing standards, sharing knowledge, and advancing technology. GALA is the world’s largest localization trade association with around 360 member companies from over 60 countries. More information:

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