Valeria Aliperta on the red carpet

Welcome everyone to the fourth episode of the translation & interpreting “red carpet” series, featuring remarkable guests of the industry who kindly accepted to share with us their views on some common points. After having Marta Stelmaszak in the third episode, the guest of this week is Valeria Aliperta, whom, again, you’ll be surely familiar […]

Marta Stelmaszak on the red carpet

Welcome everyone to the third episode of the translation & interpreting “red carpet” series, featuring remarkable guests of the industry who kindly accepted to share with us their views on some common points. The guest of this week is nothing less than Marta Stelmaszak, whom you’ll surely know if you’re active in the translation and interpreting community. […]

How to find an in-house job?

In the previous post, “How can freelancers find new clients?“, we saw that a great proportion of translation and interpreting professionals go freelance, constituting the fifth largest freelance group according to the International Freelancers Academy. Yet, freelancing can be seen by some as a leap into the unknown or even as a roller-coster if you don’t have […]

“Jugar el papel”, “jugar un papel”, “jugar papel”

Hace años, escribí un artículo a partir de una pequeña investigación terminológica que llevé acabo sobre las expresiones “jugar el papel”, “jugar un papel” y “jugar papel” (incorrecta). Como el tema acaba de mencionarse en la red, aprovecho para publicarlo a continuación. Introducción El objetivo de este documento es examinar la expresión “jugar un papel” a […]

How can freelancers find new clients?

According to the International Freelancers Academy, translators and interpreters are the fifth largest population of freelancers. Yet, besides being extremely rewarding, such a great entrepreneurship characterising our industry leads to a series of challenges. I would say that the very first challenge is how to find clients, especially in a period of economic downturn. This issue can […]

In cinese, “crisi = pericolo + opportunità”? NON è vero!

Dal 2008 è molto probabile che la parola più utilizzata ogni giorno è “crisi”, carica di connotazioni negative che non fanno che ricordarci la difficile situazione che abbiamo davanti. Per lottare contro tale negativismo, negli ultimi anni si è diffuso esponenzialmente il concetto di crisi, come combinazione di “pericolo” e di “opportunità” (secondo i caratteri cinesi corrispondenti). […]

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