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MAGI's Clinical Research Conference - 2013 East

Confluent’s business development manager, Nancy Cardone, will be attending, exhibiting and speaking at MAGI East in Boston from May 5-8, 2013. MAGI is a clinical research conference where representatives from sponsors, CROs, sites and service providers come together to learn from one another and work through every day challenges. There are several opportunities for networking in the exhibit hall, luncheons and evening networking functions. Anyone who works within or with the medical community should consider attending. If you do, please stop by our booth or attend Nancy’s workshop, (W807) Clinical Research Around the World, from 8 am until noon on Wednesday May 8th.

Past Events

MadWorld 2013 Worldwide User Conference
April 7-9, 2013 – San Diego, CA

Read Vice President of Confluent Translation, Ken Nagy's blog about MadWorld 2013.

SCOPE (Summit for Clinical Ops Executives)
February 5-7, 2013 – Miami, FL

For the first time, Confluent’s Business Development Manager, Nancy Cardone, will be attending and exhibiting at the SCOPE Summit in Miami, February 5-7, 2013. SCOPE is a clinical research conference for everyone involved in the clinical research process.

MAGI's Clinical Research Conference - 2012 West
October 21-24, 2012 – San Diego, CA

Nancy Cardone, Confluent’s business development manager, was asked to be a session chair for one of the 90+ sessions and workshops and took part in sharing Confluent Translation's expertise as an exhibitor. MAGI features a comprehensive and interactive program that provides clinical research best practices based on real-life examples.

Confluent Translations in the Media

Confluent Translations Featured on TechVibe Radio

On Saturday, March 18th, 2011 104.7 FM News Talk's TechVibe Radio interviewed Confluent Translations CEO & President, Charlene Nagy. Among the topics she discussed with hosts Audrey Russo and Jonathan Kersting were technology advancements in the translation industry, how the translation process differs now from when the company began 20 years ago, as well as many considerations that are overlooked by companies who have translation needs. If you missed the broadcast you can listen now by clicking the links below.

 

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