Future proofing your translation business

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45 minutes

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In this presentation you will learn strategies for developing a long lasting, thriving career as a freelance translator
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Is your translation business future proof? The phrase future-proofing refers to the ability of something to retain it’ valuelong into the distant future. This relates to a business as something you’re building now that will thrive for a long time into the future — without putting you in the grave from unhappiness and stress. This presentation will focus on three points to future proof your business, protecting and improving your business assets (translation skills, continuing education, finances), protecting your motivation and balance (focus, mindset, self-care) and creating a practical strategy for the future of your business.

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November 02, 2017

Trainer Bio

Tess Whitty - Tess Whitty has been a successful freelance translator and entrepreneur for over 10 years and owns the company Swedish Translation Services. Her educational and professional background is in marketing and she is passionate about sharing her knowledge with other freelancers in the form of presentations, training, mentoring and consulting. She is also the author of the book Marketing Cookbook for Translators, with easy to follow recipes for marketing your translation services and achieving a successful freelance lifestyle, and the award winning podcast Marketing Tips for Translators. For more information, and to connect, go to www.swedishtranslationservices.com or www.marketingtipsfortranslators.com.

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