FIT2017 organisers encourage exhibitors to spread the word and invite valued clients and guests to attend the Congress. All exhibitors are listed on the FIT2017 website and in the official Program.
2M Language Services (2M) is one of Australia's leading language service providers. Established in 1999 as Multimedia Languages & Marketing, the company rebranded in 2011 to 2M. Our experienced team works with corporates as well as start-ups and government to assist them to increase their national and global reach and market share, reduce health & security risks, comply with safety obligations and help them meet their KPIs and grow.
2M will have a exhibitor booth and is looking forward to catching up with many of their translator colleagues, put a face to a name and meet new potential translator colleagues.
Able Australia is a leading not-for-profit organisation, supporting people living with multiple disabilities, including deafblindness and those in need of community support. From its humble beginnings in 1967, Able Australia has grown into a diverse and dynamic organisation and today supports more than 4000 people around the country.
Global Tone Communication Technology (GTC Tech), is a leading language service and technology provider, delivers a full range of language solutions to companies and individuals worldwide by utilizing the cloud computing and language big data. Thanks to the best trained team of translators and interpreters, to billions of multilingual translation corpus accumulated during more than 40 years, especially to the YeeCloud™ - an innovating ecosystem of language services, GTC Tech has become a world-level language service and technology provider who can help you to approach the success.
Established in 1863, the ICRC operates worldwide, helping people affected by conflict and armed violence and promoting the laws that protect victims of war. An independent and neutral organization, its mandate stems essentially from the Geneva Conventions of 1949. We are based in Geneva, Switzerland, and employ some 16,000 people in more than 80 countries. The ICRC is funded mainly by voluntary donations from governments and from national Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
'Providing premium language services in NSW and beyond for over 30 years'.
We promote community harmony and social cohesion. We are the lead agency for implementing the policy and legislative framework to support multicultural principles in NSW.
Multicultural NSW acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land and the waterways of this state. We pay respect to the elders past, present and future of all Aboriginal nations. As Australia’s first people, they have an important role to play in shaping the identity of our state.
ONCALL Interpreters & Translators is a world leader in quality interpreting and translation services. With an outstanding reputation for excellence and integrity, ONCALL offers a full range of services for public and private sector clients. Established in 1984, ONCALL manages a comprehensive panel of over 4,500 qualified interpreters and translators in all languages and disciplines.
ONCALL has an unparalleled global presence with offices in eight cities on three continents and has access to some of the best interpreters and translators in the world.
SDL Language Solutions offers innovative market-leading translation software to the entire translation supply chain, including freelance translators, language service providers, corporate language departments and academic institutions. SDL Language Solutions is dedicated to supporting and developing translation productivity software and services, such as the industry-renowned SDL Trados Studio, and has supplied over 250,000 product licenses, hundreds of server installations and billions of translated words to the industry.
UNSW Sydney is a world leader in translation and interpreting research and education. Their staff are internationally renowned researchers, educators and practitioners who incorporate their practical experience as well as the latest research results to their teaching. With state of the art interpreting equipment and the latest translation technologies, the graduates are well equipped to be competitive in the market. UNSW Sydney also has agreements with international and national organisations which provide internships, mentoring and other professional opportunities. As an AUSIT affiliate, UNSW's direct links with today’s professionals ensure our training is relevant. The programs are also approved by the National Accreditation Authority (NAATI). If you are interested in becoming a well rounded professional, study at UNSW to become an interpreter, translator or both!
The School of Languages and Cultures is vibrant and world-class. Language and communication go to the heart of what it is to be a human being. It’s of relevance to all of us, no matter what our area of interest.
Indeed, in a world where relations between people at all levels of interaction remain fraught, where people are marginalised through the loss of languages, and as technologies offer means of communication that can enable new connections yet simultaneously potentially exhaust us, it is clear we have some way to go to better understand others and ourselves. The study of languages and cultures is an important piece of that puzzle.
Wordfast LLC is a private company based in the USA. The company develops Wordfast and provides related services. Wordfast's architect is Yves Champollion. Wordfast is adhocratic in its structure and in its approach to developing new solutions.
The first version of Wordfast was developed in 1999. At that time, there were only a few TM software packages available, at steep prices. The initial idea was to develop a power-to-the people TM package at an affordable price.