ALC held in DC
The Association of Language Companies hosted their 17th annual conference May 1-4, 2019, at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC. With over 180 attendees, this was one of their most successful conferences to date.
Conference attendees enjoyed a “Day on the Hill” meeting with their state representatives to discuss key initiatives impacting the language service industries, namely the Dynamex worker classification case. William Rivers and Trey Calvin orchestrated these meetings for ALC members.
The ALC annual conference hosted speakers from all over the globe, touching on various subjects including corporate growth for the language service industry. Attendees learned techniques such as how to develop their business, tips for effective communication and improved contract negotiations. Case studies and success stories were also shared.
Panel discussions with ALC board members and CEO stakeholders provided attendees with insights into topics such as technology trends and sales techniques. This year, the ALC annual conference closed with a keynote presentation given by motivational speaker Michael Hahn.
With the largest exhibit program to date, companies specializing in language translation and interpretation technology, financial planning and insurance, showcased their products and solutions throughout the event.