Merry Christmas 2014

As 2014 draws to a close, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone we’ve worked with for helping to make this year one of the most exciting in K International’s history. We couldn’t have done it without such great clients or without our team of expert linguists. We look forward to building new partnerships throughout 2015 and continuing our commitment to delivering the best service in the industry.

We wish you all a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  Enjoy the Holidays!

K International wish everyone we've worked with in 2014 a very Merry Christmas

Treat your overseas friends with a Christmas greeting in their own language:

Agile Localization at Tekom India

Micro blog post to announce that I’ll be talking about Agile Localization Practices and Leadership at this year’s Tekom India in Bangalore next month.

It’ll be my first time in Bangalore but judging by the video they sure know how to party.

Hope to see you there!

Rich

The Manslater

Too good not to share, this is the perfect gift this Christmas for the guy who has everything. Hope it helps (I’ve already ordered one).

memoQfest 2013

Last month 200 or so people from all over the localization industry convened in the Gundle Restaurant in Budapest to participate in the 5th memoQfest. It was an absolute honor for me to be the keynote presenter.

Kilgray have put some photos from the event on their photo stream on their facebook page. And the video summary came out today… great memories of a great time in one of the best cities in the world.

memoQfest 2013

Last month 200 or so people from all over the localization industry convened in the Gundle Restaurant Budapest to participate in the 5th memoQfest. It was an absolute honour for me to be the keynote presenter. Kilgray have put some photos from the event on their photo stream on their facebook page. And the video summary came out today… great memories of a great time in one of the best cities in the world.

Finding an Alternative to PowerPoint

In my career I’ve given a lot of presentations (and watched many more)… I tend to use PowerPoint and Keynote…

I’ve tried to make them as visually appealing as I can, I add animations, graphs, charts – you name it. But I think I’ve pushed the medium as far as it will go. And we’ve been using it for over ten years so its gotta be time for a change.

So inspired by Don McMillan I’ve been looking for an alternative for a while now.

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