Join us for the GLD Networking Event at ATA58

Dear ATA58 attendees,

Please join us at ATA58 for the German Language Division Networking Social Event.

When: Thursday, October 26, 2017, 7-9.30 p.m.
Where: Goethe Institute, 1900 K Street, Washington, D.C.
Why: Because networking is fun and pays off!
Who: GLD Members and Guests

Our tentative buffet dinner menu includes “Leckerbissen” such as Wiener Schnitzel, Brats, Spätzle, Paprikagulasch, Apfelstrudel and much more (please see interaktiv, which will come out next week, for the complete menu). And yes, there will be vegetarian options as well!

Cost

Before 10/15: $65/person; this includes one alcoholic beverage (beer or wine) or two non-alcoholic beverages.
After 10/15: $80/person.
Cash bar: Wine $6; beer $5; soft drinks/water $2.

Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the door. To avoid the line, you can pre-purchase them by indicating the number and choice of drinks and including the appropriate amount in your check.

Payment

If paying with a USD-check, please mail to
Ruth Boggs
4111 Port Rae Lane
Fairfax, VA 22033

If paying in euros, please contact Melissa Field at
mfield@g2etranslation.com for payment arrangements.

Questions? Please contact me at rutheboggs@gmail.com.

Please register early because space is limited.

Needless to say, we hope to see many of you there!

Mit kollegialen Grüßen,
Ruth Boggs
Administrator of the German Language Division

6 thoughts on “Join us for the GLD Networking Event at ATA58

    1. Dear Günther,

      Yes, tickets are still available. You’ll find an online booking form at the end of this post. Please contact Melissa if you have any further questions. You’ll find her contact details in the same post.

      Best wishes,
      Jessica

  1. Would like to attend the German Language Division dinner on Oct. 26, but do not know how to sign up! Please let me know. Any other tips would be welcome, as this is my first ATA Conference. Thanks.

    1. Dear Susan,

      You can sign up to the GLD Networking Event using the online form at the end of this post. Please contact Melissa if you need any further help. You’ll find her contact details in the same post.

      You’ll find a lot of useful tips for attending the ATA conference in the Savvy Newcomer blog. Here are just a few articles (some are from past conferences):
      How to Have a Super First Year in the ATA: Go to Your First ATA Conference
      How to Get the Most Out of the ‘Buddies Welcome Newbies’ Program at the ATA Conference
      9 Things You Can Do Today to Get the Most out of #ATA58

      I hope that helps!

      Best wishes,
      Jessica

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