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2M Language Services made Common Sense Advisory’s 2012 ranking of the Top Language Service Providers in Oceania

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The 2M team is pleased to announce that they have been selected among Oceania’s Top Language Service Providers in the Common Sense Advisory’s annual study: The Language Service Market 2012. Commonsense Advisory is an independent market research company who report regularly on the language service industry and industry best practices in translation, localization, interpreting, globalization, […]

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2M Mandarin Conference Interpreters for Rio Tinto Energy Exchange Breakfast Series

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The recent Rio Tinto Energy Exchange Breakfast was the second in a four-part series of Brisbane breakfasts called the ‘Energy Exchange Series’, designed to facilitate broad industry discussion of global energy issuesfacing the energy industry. Each event features internationally acclaimed speakers in a programme proudly supported by Rio Tinto and the Energy Policy Institute of […]

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Conference Interpreters Asia Pacific Cities Summit

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As language service partner of The Asia Pacific Cities Summit  the team at Multimedia Languages is busy organising all simultaneous conference interpreters for this high profile international conference.  The Asia Pacific Cities Summit is a biennial event promoting business growth, trade, investment and economic outcomes between cities in the Asia Pacific region. The Asia Pacific […]

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Credit Where Credit’s Due: AUSIT Excellence Awards

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During the recent natural disasters the Australian public witnessed the importance of the role that our language professionals play in making communication happen in this part of the Asia Pacific Region. Images of Auslan interpreters were beamed around the world as they interpreted the words of Premier Anna Bligh at press conferences during the Brisbane […]

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International and Galactic Languages in Fremantle

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International and Galactic Languages came to Fremantle Professor Paul Frommer, the creator of the Na’vi language from the movie Avatar, came to Fremantle to speak at the Biennial National Conference of the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT) from 5-6 November 2010 as part of his world-wide speaking tour, which includes a recent visit […]

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MMLM Director on ABC National Radio

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MMLM Director Tea C. Dietterich in her capacity as Vice President of the Australian Institute of Interpreters & Translators Inc was invited to speak on ABC National Radio’s Future Tense Program “One beast, many tongues”. To hear the full radio program, please click here http://www.abc.net.au/rn/futuretense/stories/2009/2761911.htm

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Strata Control in in-seam roadways

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2M (formerly MMLM) was commissioned by the German publishing company Verlag Glueckauf to translate the highly technical German mining book “Gebirgsbeherrschung von Flözstrecken”. 2 years in the making with a range of translators, linguists, mining experts and editors working very hard the translation “Strata Control in in-seam roadways” has now been finally published by Glueckauf […]