Localization, LLC Translation Cleveland
CLEVELAND, OHIO — Localization, LLC has announced that the company will participate as a partner of the US Department of Commerce at the 2011 Export Controls Seminar: Complying with U.S. Export Control Laws. The day-long event will take place on March 22, 2011 at the Crowne Plaza, 5300 Rockside Road in Independence, Ohio.
The seminar will include an overview of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) as well as determining licensing requirements, and developing an effective OFAC compliance program. Other topics will cover Electronic Export Information & Automated Export System (AES), and developments in enforcement and compliance.
“This event is a terrific opportunity for us to keep up with current exporting rules and regulations as well as meet with the existing and potential clients,” says Ray Michaels, Marketing Director of Localization, LLC. “In the age of email, a chance to meet face-to-face is one of the most important aspects of today’s business.” The organizers expect around 150 participants representing a wide range of manufacturing businesses from seasoned exporters to those who are just looking to take their product across the border.
The management at Localization, LLC believes that the US Department of Commerce is a great resource to market their services. The company is listed with the United States of America Department of Commerce Directory and participates in the US Department of Commerce events. “These events are a great way to engage in a direct conversation with people who are involved in exports and are faced with language barriers on a day-to-day basis. The topic always makes for a great conversation,” notes Ray, “We talk about funny language blunders, misunderstandings and confusing idioms but believe it or not, that provides us with a good source of ideas on how to improve our translation services.”
Localization, LLC believes that it’s important to participate in such events. It gives the company a chance to show the qualities that set Localization, LLC apart by making sure that the client is always comfortable before launching a translation project. “We always stress to our potential clients that who they use for translation is very important,” concludes Ray. “In many cases written documentation is what a potential client will see before he/she sees a product or talk to a representative of the seller. And if that documentation is full of mistakes or grammatically incorrect, then it will be very difficult for the sales person to convince the potential client that the company offers excellent good or service.”
If you are interested in finding out more about Localization, LLC services, log on to localizationllc.com or cal at 216.785.5252.
Those in attendance please stop by the table of Localization, LLC.