Central Europe is a large and diverse region, so each year the MCE Conference organisers, Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia, have striven to share its platform to provide additional visibility to a specific country outside those original founding countries.
The Call for Papers for the 3rd Meet Central Europe in Innsbruck, Austria is now open. Since linguist resources and the inevitable vendor management is key to a strong language services industry we are looking to cover vendor management topics again this year.
Due to the uncertainty and the risks arising from the Coronavirus pandemic the Meet Central Europe board has decided that in the current circumstances the health and safety of delegates, speakers, sponsors and their families has to be our main priority. With this in mind it was decided that Meet Central Europe will be postponed and rescheduled to...
In cooperation with associations of translation companies from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Austria, we organise the 3rd MEET CENTRAL EUROPE Conference which is a unique platform for annual meetings of translation companies and translators (not only) from Central Europe.
The 2020 Language Industry Survey - Trends, Expectations and Challenges in the Language Industry is now open.
As in previous editions, it should take about 15 minutes to complete the anonymous survey.
In 2019, the Association of Translation Companies of Slovakia (ATCSK) supported a translation contest called "Young Translator" which was organized by the Department of Translation Studies of Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra. This contest was aimed at high school students from Nitra, Trnava and Trenčín regions.
ATCSK in cooperation with associations of translation companies from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Austria has organised the 2nd year of the successful Meet Central Europe (MCE) Conference.
Od 25. do 26. apríla 2019 sa v estónskom Talinne chystá medzinárodná konferencia T-update. Ide o 14. konferenciu Európskej únie asociácií prekladateľských spoločností EUATC, ktorá každoročne priláka účastníkov z celej Európy, ale aj z Austrálie, Ameriky, či Ďalekého východu.
Asociácia prekladateľských spoločností Slovenska ATCSK sa v plnej miere pripája k zdvorilej žiadosti o intervenciu za zachovanie polonistiky na univerzite v Banskej Bystrici, ktorú vo svojom otvorenom liste ministerke školstva s názvom Vyhnime sa hanbe sformuloval polonista Mgr. Samuel Marec.