We are planning the second Translation Mastermind Summit, which will take place from February 1-4, 2021 and want to offer our members and other interested parties the best online conference ever.
If you have something to share with the community of translators and interpreters and are willing to do so from the comfort of your home (office), then please do submit your paper.
The Translation Mastermind Summit will not offer any academic topics. The goal is to help participants grow as business owners. So we are looking for topics such as:
- marketing to agencies and direct clients
- project management
- negotiating rates and deadlines
- best practices in client acquisition
- branding and reputation management
- time management
- specializing or finding a niche
- self-care and boundaries
Perhaps you can share something we haven’t thought of. If you think that your topic is relevant, send it over by filling in the form linked below.
- We will compensate speakers for their time and dedication based on the number of tickets they sell Ask us for details!
- This Call for Papers will close on December 30, 2020 and we select and notify speakers by January 5, 2021.
- The sessions will be prerecorded and speakers will commit to being available for comments during the live streaming and for up to an hour after for Q&A and networking.
- Note that we will make all talks available for access pass holders for up to 6 months after the summit.
- We ask for unique content that hasn’t been presented or published elsewhere in the same manner.
- You are encouraged to promote any materials, courses and services you offer to freelancers. We will provide a sensible plan to incorporate your promotion before, during and after the event.
- The event language is English.
Submit your paper
To submit your paper, please click the button below. We will accept submissions until December 30, 2020. We suggest you prepare the following before filling in the submission form:
- a descriptive title (max. 120 characters incl. spaces),
- a short outline of your propsed talk (max. 80 words),
- a long description of your proposed talk including the key takeaways for participants (max. 800 words),
- a bio written in 3rd person with a maximum of two links (max. 120 words),
- as well as the links (not just handles) to your social media profiles and website