Affiliations

Alliance of Women EntrepreneursAWE logo

The mid-Atlantic region’s largest organization dedicated to supporting high-growth businesses created or led by women.


The American Translators Association:

A professional association founded to advance the translation and interpreting professions and foster the professional development of individual translators and interpreters. It has over 10,000 members in more than 90 countries.


Business Marketing Association Philadelphia:

bma-websitelogo-hr-png-pagespeed-ce-uvgeji4x8oThe Philadelphia BMA chapter is dedicated to improving professional skills and networking for business-to-business professionals through hosted educational events, panel discussions, expert guest speakers and social and networking events.


The Delaware Valley Translators Association:

A regional, nonprofit association of professional translators, interpreters, linguists, educators, and other individuals interested in these fields. A chapter of the American Translators Association.


French American Chamber of Commerce Philadelphia:

A non-profit, membership-driven business association supported by 400 globally-minded French and American business leaders and their companies. FACC-Philadelphia is the second largest chapter in a 19-city network.


Global Philadelphia Association:

A non-profit founded by nine of the leading international organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region for the purpose of assisting and encouraging greater interaction among the organizations and people engaged in international activity within the region; promoting the development of an international consciousness within the region; and enhancing the region’s global profile.


Globalization & Localization Association (GALA):

The Globalization and Localization Association is a global organization providing resources, education, ideas and research to enhance the power and performance of the translation and localization sector. GALA is comprised of 250+ companies from 45 countries.


MarCom Alliance, LLC:marcom-alliance-partner-graphic

The MarCom Alliance is a network of communications and marketing firms specializing in advertising, branding, content, design, events, exhibits, publications, public relations, social media, translation, video and websites. Partner firms collaborate and coordinate efforts to meet a variety of marketing and communications needs, eliminating the customer’s vendor sourcing and management expenses.


Pennsylvania Distance Learning Association (PADLA):

The regional (PA, NJ and DE) chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association, a non-profit association formed to promote the development and application of Distance/e-Learning for training and education.


Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB):

Click here to go to the PHLCVB websiteThe PHLCVB is a private, non-profit membership corporation whose mission is to generate economic impact and job growth by increasing the region’s hotel occupancy and revenues, while concurrently affecting other diverse segments of the hospitality industry. To do whatever it takes to attract ethnically diverse regional, national and international convention and tourism customers through creative sales, marketing and communications efforts.


Society for Technical Communication (STC):

STC advances the theory and practice of technical communication across all user abilities and media. See our listing in their online Buyer’s Guide.


World Trade Center Delaware:Delaware social media

One of approximately 300 World Trade Centers in close to 100 countries linking over 750,000 businesses worldwide and providing resources to businesses looking to enter or expand their presence in global markets.


World Trade Center Harrisburg:Harrisburg_avatar

The World Trade Center of Harrisburg serves businesses in the central Pennsylvania Region.


World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia:greater phila WTC

The World Trade Center serving the Greater Philadelphia area. MTM LinguaSoft provides discounts to WTCGP members under WTCGP’s Affinity Program. Click here for details.

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