San Francisco, Kalifornien – November 2014 – Press release at Online Zeintug (in German)
Women in Localization, the leading professional organization for women in the localization industry, is delighted to announce the launch of their first international chapter in Germany.
Demand for localization services is extremely high in Germany and a great number of top companies have their global headquarters in Germany. Among them are Cisco, NetApp, Adobe, AMD, Fujitsu-Siemens, O2, Oracle, Red Hat, SAP, Texas Instruments, Google, Sony-Ericsson, Motorola, NEC, Yahoo, Sun, Precision Plus, McDonald’s and Microsoft.
“It is exciting to see so much momentum with the launch of our global chapters. Clearly, there was a need and we are delighted to support and enhance the careers of so many exceptional women working in the localization industry here in Germany, explains Anna N Schlegel, co-founder and Executive Board Member of Women in Localization, overseeing the launch of this Chapter.
According to Barbara Hoegler, Women in Localization member, and founder of the Germany chapter: “We plan to offer events throughout the year that will be open to all localization professionals in Germany. We are currently considering a variety of activities to provide a collaborative forum that brings industry value, professional development, and networking opportunities to our members.”
The inaugural event of the Women in Localization Germany Chapter will be a virtual meeting in December 2014. To attend, please watch for the meeting announcement in the LinkedIn group Women in Localization – Germany Chapter.
If you are interested in joining the Germany chapter of Women in Localization, please send an email to Barbara Hoegler firstname.lastname@example.org and please join these two LinkedIn groups: