Celebrating the 10th edition of this important festival
fulbridge is proud to have been the official translation partner of Visa for Music, which includes a number of professional development opportunities for musicians and industry actors, such as workshops, conferences, and networking events.
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The first “blue Davos” brought together African leaders, experts, and stakeholders to discuss the importance of the blue economy and its potential for sustainable development in Africa. The summit focused on four main themes:
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Globish, AI, and interpreters. Will we be pushed out?
Interpreters’ raison d’être was already threatened by the slow but steady rise of ‘globish’. Now, interpreter jobs are seriously challenged by the explosive emergence this year of A.I. How much longer will interpreters be needed if everyone speaks English? How do current ‘artificial interpreters’ compare to human ones? Are there other threats out there? What can interpreters do? Is the profession doomed?
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(Includes Video) The Africa Investment Forum (AIF) brings together investors, governments, and businesses from across Africa to discuss and promote investment opportunities on the continent. The 2023 edition of the AIF took place from November 8-10, under the theme “Unlocking Africa’s Value Chains.”
The ATLAFCO Ministerial Conference on Fisheries Cooperation among African States bordering the Atlantic Ocean was held on November 7-8, 2023, in Casablanca, Morocco. This year’s meeting, which was the 33rd, focused on the theme of “The Oceans in Peril: Taking Action Against Global Plastic Pollution.”
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Conference Interpretation Services: Unlocking the Power of Multilingual Communication
As a British-Owned, Morocco-based Service Language Provider, we fully understand how important conference interpreters are to a successful event. We provide quality Arabic, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian translation for business, conferences, webinars, meetings, and video calls, online or in person across Morocco.
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The Federation of European Factoring Associations (FCI) held its 55th Annual Meeting in Marrakech, Morocco, from October 29 to November 2, 2023. The event brought together industry leaders from around the world to discuss the latest developments in factoring, supply chain finance, and receivables finance.
Key highlights of the event included:
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The theme of the conference was “Climate, Security, and Development: Challenges and Opportunities for a Just Transition”. The conference brought together researchers, scientists, policymakers, and other stakeholders from around the world to discuss the impacts of climate change on security, development, and social justice.
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he meetings were a significant event, bringing together finance ministers, central bank governors, and other policymakers from 189 member countries to discuss global economic challenges and opportunities.
Key themes of the meetings included:
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The First Manufacturers Marketplace for Vaccine Manufacturing African Union Member States was a landmark event held in Marrakech, Morocco, on October 1, 2023. The gathering brought together vaccine manufacturers, policymakers, and stakeholders from across Africa to discuss opportunities for collaboration and partnership in boosting vaccine production on the continent.
Organized by the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, the marketplace aimed to address the critical need for increased vaccine manufacturing capacity in Africa. Currently, Africa produces less than 1% of the vaccines it consumes, relying heavily on imports that are often costly and unreliable.
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