Posted on April 18th, 2018
Beef Australia Symposium attendees will have a clear advantage with ground breaking translation services available for the duration of the CQUniversity Industry Symposium on Tuesday 8th May.
Translation services have been initiated to provide a high level of assistance to the hearing impaired and the International attendees. In 2015 there were 1,100 registered International guests who attended from over 40 countries.
Both International Seminars on Monday the 7th May as well as the CQUniversity Industry Symposium will translate into 8 languages as well as the option to return a text version in English which will greatly assist any hearing-impaired visitors.
“The opportunity to provide such a service to our International delegates as well as hearing impaired visitors for translation is very important. We have incorporated this service as part of what we feel our due diligence to our visitors who want to experience the Symposium in its entirety” says Denis Cox, Beef Australia Chief Executive Officer.
Multiple languages have been tested, with some industry specific (MLA) material supplied by Meat & Livestock Australia, who have also provided a glossary of terms for the stenographer’s dictionary which will enhance the results.
This service will be run through the Beef Australia application which is available to download through the GOPHA App in the app store on your smartphone.
Tickets for the CQUniversity Beef Australia 2018 Industry Symposium are available to purchase now at http://beefaustralia.com.au/tickets/
Media contact: Sarah Mitchell-Anyon, Marketing and Communication Coordinator, Beef Australia 2018.