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  • Engage for Good Conference
    News | Apr 24, 2022

    Engage for Good Conference

    From May 17-19, Will Lach will exhibit at the 2022 Engage for Good Conference. Held in Atlanta, the event brings together business and nonprofit social impact leaders for workshops and networking.

  • AAM Annual Meeting & Museum Expo
    News | Apr 23, 2022

    AAM Annual Meeting & Museum Expo

    Will Lach will exhibit at the 2022 AAM Annual Meeting & Museum Expo, held May 19-22 in Boston. The gathering provides Will the opportunity to meet with museums from around the world to discuss the ways language services can make institutions accessible to a wide array of visitors.

  • WPO Annual Conference
    News | Mar 21, 2022

    WPO Annual Conference

    Vigdis Eriksen attended the 2022 Women Presidents Organization (WPO) Annual Conference, held May 4-6 in Montréal, Canada. The premier gathering of women who lead multi-million-dollar businesses, this year’s 25-year anniversary conference honored the values that make female entrepreneurs unique: curiosity, tenacity, and community.

  • Slator 2022 Language Service Provider Index
    News | Mar 3, 2022

    Slator 2022 Language Service Provider Index

    Eriksen has been ranked 110th in the Slator 2022 Language Service Provider Index (LSPI), placing the company in the “Challenger” category. The LSPI is an annual index of the world’s 300 largest translation, localization, interpreting, and language technology companies, ranking participants in order of revenue.

  • New York Circle of Translators: Language Professionals in NYC
    News | Nov 10, 2021

    New York Circle of Translators: Language Professionals in NYC

    On November 10, Eriksen’s Vendor Manager Shelby Greenwood presented at the New York Circle of Translators’ November meeting on the topic of language professionals in New York City. Language access representatives from the NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs and several LSPs shared their vision and discussed working environments that translators and interpreters will face in the coming years.

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