by Gwilym Roberts, Chairman, Kilburn & Strode and Costas Stephanidas, Technial Manager, RWS In this time of extraordinary change and uncertainty, reaction has been rapid, well-meaning and often effective at the individual, enterprise and nationwide level. But throughout the growth of the coronavirus pandemic, we have consistently been on the back foot. Now public attention has […]
In the Industry
As they look to foreign markets to drive revenues, global enterprises are building up their localization programs. These departments are big—nearly 60% of the revenue of international companies comes from foreign markets—yet universities have been slow to build programs to train people to work in the localization industry. Max Troyer, Program Chair of the Translation […]
The Translation Automation User Society (TAUS), now in its 14th year, is a forum for localization thought leaders to meet and discuss trends, news, technical challenges and opportunities in the industry. This year, Katka Gasova (our Linguistic Services Director) and I (VP of Partnership and Custom Solutions) attended the TAUS Annual Conference in Vancouver, BC, […]
We are pleased to announce the new Partnership Program at RWS Moravia. Through this program we will develop an ecosystem of partnerships to reinforce and expand our expertise and capabilities in providing globalization solutions. Our goal is to become a more robust, forward-looking service provider capable of delivering any solution or technology that will help […]
On 18 October 2017, Moravians discovered that we’d found a new home in RWS, a public life sciences translation and IP services company. We didn’t know much about RWS at the time, but in the days and weeks that followed our acquisition, we discovered the strong reputation RWS has earned among its clients. We were […]
Moravians have been active in Women in Localization for years now, benefiting in myriad ways: networking, mentorship, job opportunities and education. But why is Women in Localization—a growing organization dedicated to the advancement of women in the localization industry—important to Moravians? What drives our commitment to the organization?