Sarah Symons Glegorio
Translators and interpreters must not only be experts in language, but also must handle all the business-related aspects of their profession. The Business Practices Education Committee was established to provide ATA members with information about sound business practices, specifically those related to the T&I industry.
The Committee is asked to do the following:
- educate ATA members in sound business practices relevant to the translation and interpreting professions;
- respond to ATA members' questions and concerns about such business practices;
- provide an online forum for ongoing discussion of business practices; and
- develop documents and procedures for various business situations that could be used by both providers and purchasers of translation and interpreting services.
Business Practices Group
Join this online community to take part in discussions on vetting clients, model contracts, client relationships, project management procedures, and other practices. Request to join group.