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Putting Face-to-Face Networking to Work for Your Business

October 4, 2012

Are you looking for ways to expand your translation business? Are you reluctant to spend money on strategies like online or print advertising? Does the thought of cold calling leave you…well…cold? You’ve come to the right place!

Professional networking is a great way to take your business to new heights. And all it will cost you is a few hours a week of your time. The savvy networking advice in this webinar will help you turn your contacts into your own personal sales force and get those word-of-mouth recommendations coming in.

What will you learn?

  • Find out which networks are essential to any freelance translator
  • Learn tips for getting your foot in the door
  • Get the most out of professional networking events
  • Organize your networking activities according to your own personal system
  • Choose the best tools for keeping track of your contacts

About the Presenter

Sara Freitas was born and raised in the U.S., where she obtained both undergraduate and graduate degrees in French and Linguistics. She has worked for a number of schools, training organizations, and businesses in the United States, Turkey, and France, where she moved in 2001.

Sara founded SFM Traduction in January 2003 as a freelance translation business and joined forces with Sandra Fratelli and Sylvia Smith to found SFM Traduction SARL in 2010. Today she specializes in French-to-English translation and English copywriting in the field of business-to-business marketing.

Sara is the author of “Les Recettes du traducteur,” a popular blog for freelance translators (in French) and helps other young entrepreneurs grow their businesses at the Grenoble Chamber of Commerce’s Ecobiz Jeunes Entreprises business club.

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October 4, 2012
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Presenter(s): Sara Freitas
Duration: 60 minutes
Presenting Language(s): Presented in English
Level: All

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