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Join Gemino at the tekom annual conference from 8 to 10 November 2016

The tekom annual conference in Stuttgart provides an excellent opportunity to network with professionals from Gemino on current topics relating to translation processes. “Currently we primarily work with three topics: Efficient incorporation of foreign branches into centralised translation processes, minimal terminology management as a practical alternative to the company-wide rollout...
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For Companies: Optimum Translation Allocation Strategies

In a previous article, we examined how companies address their requirements by using internal and freelance translators or translation service providers. This article describes the alternative approaches of centralized and decentralized allocation of translations and why companies opt for one or several translation service providers. Translation Management department as a...
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Terminology Guidelines: Well Worth Your While

This is the place where we regularly post our thoughts on terminology. We have already shared our ideas on Minimal Terminology Management or TermCloud, for example. Terminology guidelines are another important element of terminology management. Why Bother with Terminology? As product development processes grow ever more complex in today’s world,...
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Marketing Translation: Cultural Expertise is a Must

Translating marketing content into a different language comes with a lot of strings attached. International marketing in particular requires close attention to the cultural oddities in the target market, the corporate wording in the target language, and the respective target audience as such. That is why a language service provider...
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Managing Corporate Terminology Is Easier Than You Think

Do your various company media and departments already use technical terms without a terminology management strategy in place? Then it is time to do something about that! After all, the consistent use of defined terminology contributes to a homogeneous corporate language and enhances translation quality. But perhaps you are not...
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Christian Schwendy Re-Elected Vice President of Elia

The board of the non-profit organization Elia has passed a vote of confidence in favor of Christian Schwendy, managing director of Gemino, to continue to serve as vice president for another term of office. At the Elia Networking Days in Krakow, Poland, Christian Schwendy was unanimously re-elected as vice president...
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Corporate Language

A translation always begins with the source language. Generally speaking, this is one and the same as the language in which you conduct business. Ideally, it is also your corporate language. Whether you have already formally defined your corporate language, or have already compiled a corporate language manual, we’d love...
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Gemino earns SCHEMA certification

As of December 2014, Gemino GmbH is a SCHEMA-certified translation services provider. Certification means that our customers benefit from our specialized expertise with respect to the translation interface of the SCHEMA ST4 editing system and its associated translation processes. The content covered by the certification includes, among other things: Overview of the...
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Change as opportunity—A look at the future of language services

As part of the GALA Localization Forum, Christian Schwendy and other industry representatives discussed “Engaging the Community – Empower Stakeholders and Improve ROI” on 12 November 2014 at the tekom annual conference in Stuttgart. The panel discussion centred on current and coming changes in worldwide communications and the resulting opportunities and...
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Gemino supports ELIA Exchange initiative

The translation industry is known to be a fast-paced industry. Language service providers react to globally changing processes, customer requirements, and service demands with new tools, services, and workflows. At the same time, it appears to be difficult to keep up with these developments exclusively within the framework of studies...
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