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The people behind ProZ.com: Ezequiel Flores

May 15, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, website localization, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our 14th profile.

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ProZ.com jobs now on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

May 14, 2020 / by Lucía Leszinsky posted in membership, business membership, jobs, ProZ Find, search, clients, ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, translation industry, facebook, language industry, COVID-19, LSP

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ProZ.com language industry jobs can now be added to social network feeds on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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The people behind ProZ.com: Andrea Capuselli

May 8, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, website localization, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our 13th profile.

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The people behind ProZ.com: Enrique Manzo

May 1, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our 11th profile.

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Business Member Spotlight: elionetwork

April 28, 2020 / by Rocío Tempone posted in translation company, business membership, networking, ProZ.com, translation industry, business page, Blue Board, translation agency, LSP

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Some translators are happy to work for small or boutique agencies. However, for those that want to make their way into more global markets and work with a team spanning three countries and serving clients from all around the world, elionetwork might be a good fit.

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The people behind ProZ.com: Alejandro Cavalitto

April 24, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our 11th profile.

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The people behind ProZ.com: Sasha Terehov

April 17, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our 10th profile.

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The people behind ProZ.com: Karen Dizon Zaragoza

April 10, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our ninth profile.

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New virtual powwows: Bring colleagues into your home anytime, from anywhere

April 6, 2020 / by Mike Donlin posted in freelancer, translator, Powwow, translator tools, translation events, events, translation, ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, COVID-19

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Interested in meeting up with your colleagues from home? ProZ.com is excited to bring you virtual powwows, where you can hook up with your colleagues - even during this time of social distancing. 

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Making a living during COVID-19

April 4, 2020 / by Lucía Leszinsky posted in freelancer, language jobs, freelancer, interpreter, Powwow, translation events, marketing for language professionals, jobs, networking, translation contests, clients, events, meetings, invoicing, translation, ProZ.com, translation industry, Blue Board, community, language industry, COVID-19, ProZTV

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By now, the entire world knows that the current Covid-19 outbreak has --and will continue to have--  an enormous impact on freelance financial lives. However, language professionals who usually work on-site --interpreters, project managers, teachers-- don't necessarily have to live off savings during the current quarantine. ProZ.com has a few tricks up its sleeve to make money starting this weekend and while at home, and supplement your income during these uncertain times.

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The people behind ProZ.com: Patrick Dotterer

April 3, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our eighth profile.
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The people behind ProZ.com: Florencia Vita

March 27, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our seventh profile.
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The people behind ProZ.com: Yana Dovgopol

March 20, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our sixth profile.
 
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The people behind ProZ.com: Mike Donlin

March 14, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our fifth profile.
 
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The people behind ProZ.com: Jared Tabor

March 6, 2020 / by Andrew Morris posted in ProZ.com, ProZ.com membership, Argentina, language industry, meet the team

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Over at the Translators and Interpreters (ProZ.com) Facebook Group, there are plans for a series of weekly posts introducing you to the people behind ProZ.com. Some of them you may have come across, while others have remained in the shadows… until now! In the weeks and months ahead, we’ll get to know all of them in turn. This is our fourth profile.

It all begins with a classic story, back in 1996: guy meets girl (she’s a foreign exchange student in high school), takes a gap year, travels from his native Utah to be with her in Argentina, breaks up with her. But along the way he gets to know the language and the culture, and ends up staying. Every year, he tells himself “Next year I’ll go back”, but next year never comes, and it’s now been well over 20 years. Jared Tabor’s Spanish is of course now fluent, with more than a hint of Argentinian accent.

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