Global Ready Conference On-Demand

Are You Global Ready?

Global Ready Conference brings together best-in-class industry experts to share actionable insights that you can apply to your own translation and localization programs. Check out our favorite sessions from conference day now.

An Unexpected Career – Lessons Learned Along the Way

Minette Norman, former VP of Engineering Practice at Autodesk, explores how she ended up building and leading a localization team of 100, and other transformative leadership lessons that diminish silos and unlock creativity.

A New Era

Smartling’s Keynote will deliver a company update, outlook on the industry, and the latest product announcements.

Dog vs. Terminology

Uwe Muegge, Head of Terminology, Global Business Marketing at Facebook, demonstrates how the benefits of managing terminology go far beyond improved consistency and quality.

How Investors Think About Global Growth

Venture Capitalists, David Pakman and Caroline Xie sit down with Jennifer Consaga to discuss how they think about global growth from their portfolio of companies.

The 411: What We Need From a Language Services Provider

Gavin Grimes (Smartling) moderated a panel discussion with Nancy Ferreira (FedEx) and Emil Atanassov (ServiceNow) about the present-future of language services.

Local vs Global: What the Thermometer Model has to do with Translation

Aisling Nolan, Smartling’s Director of Customer Success, introduces a framework by business school professor Scott Galloway, and shares her perspective on why it is relevant to the translation and localization industry.

The Next Wave – What’s in Demand?

People around the world have been isolating themselves for their safety and their community. What will happen when the world starts to re-open - and what does it mean for managing global content?

Musical Guests - The California Honeydrops

Music for the soul. This performance is bound to get you out of your seat and dancing in your living room. 🎺🎹🎷🎶

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