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Thu Jan 07 2010
Calls: Applied Ling, Socioling, Translation/Germany
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Languages & Business 2010
Message 1: Languages & Business 2010
From: Juliane Walter <juliane.waltericwe.net>
Subject: Languages & Business 2010
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Full Title: Languages & Business 2010
Date: 03-May-2010 - 05-May-2010
Location: Berlin, Germany
Contact Person: Sebastian Schattenmann
Meeting Email: sprachen-beruficwe.net
Web Site: http://www.sprachen-beruf.com
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Translation
Call Deadline: 08-Jan-2010
Languages & Business 2010 is an international conference on the topic of
multilingualism and intercultural communication in internationally oriented
companies. The conference offers all those involved in language training in the
workplace a forum for the exchange of experience, for finding orientation on the
language training market, as well as for gaining information on the latest
trends and developments. Languages & Business 2010 brings together human
resource managers from companies and institutions and trainers for transnational
exchange. In addition, the accompanying exhibition will allow both providers and
users to come together to discuss recent trends, exchange ideas and find
relevant solutions for their individual requirements.
The conference languages are English and German.
Find out more: www.sprachen-beruf.com
Call for Papers
We welcome all proposals, suggestions and ideas for the conference programme.
All submissions should be related to the main conference themes of Languages &
The selection process is overseen by the Conference Steering Committee in
cooperation with the Organisation Committee.
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