Dear Reader,

Once again it is time to add to our series of interviews, in which we present new staff members, because new people have recently joined the project management and DTP teams. The first "victim" is Ráhel Németh, a junior project manager, and we asked her about office life, her hobbies and her plans.

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In this blogpost we have gathered the top 5 articles we have enjoyed reading this week. If you would like to know what's new in the translation business or you are just simply keen on languages, go on and check out our favourites!

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First, in lieu of an introduction, I need to make it clear that I worked as a project manager before I became a vendor manager. That was a major boon, because I went into vendor management already knowing many of our translators. I knew which language combinations and subject areas were crying for additional translators, and I also knew how to put together a test that let me know whether a potential translator was truly a good fit. That said, I was in for a number of surprises that taught me a lot!

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A special message to our readers!

We are starting up a series of interviews to help introduce our team at Language Experts Group. We are all different of course, and that's exactly why – we hope – the series will make for good and exciting reading. Our first candidate is Zsuzsanna Hahn Juhász, who has been a staff member since 2009. She had tales to tell on vendor management, contemporary Czech literature, and on literary translations.

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11. February 2016., Thursday 09:30

Terminology Thursday #3

The Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary held its third Terminology Thursday event on February 4, 2016. It opened to a great deal of interest on the part of Master’s Program professors, students, and Bachelor’s Program students hoping to enter the Master’s Program and study terminology at greater length. The event consisted of two parts and involved a series of presentations followed by a roundtable discussion. Terminology instructors and graduates of the course combined to hold the presentations.

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