Trademarks in China

Last week, I attended a program at the Boston Bar Association about “Intellectual Property Protection in China: Successes and Challenges”.

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Metrowest Immigration Forum: A Call to Action

I'm very interested in this Forum being held this weekend in Framingham, MA. Here is a short blurb of what it is about:

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What’s Got Biotech Fueled Up for 2017?

Yesterday I attended a seminar at Central Labs in Cambridge – cool space if you’ve never been there. Jonathan Norris from Silicon Valley Bank presented on “Stops and Starts: What’s Got Biotech Fueled Up for 2017?”. If you have the chance to hear him present –..

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Summary of MassBio Program “Drugs are from Mars, Devices from Venus”

Wendy Pease recently had the opportunity to attend the MassBio program “Drugs are from Mars, Devices from Venus”. The speakers discussed how blending the development of medical devices and pharmaceuticals can be a difficult and time-consuming process, but..

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China Outlook 2017 Seminar

The law firm of Nixon Peabody is presenting the seminar China Outlook 2017: Maximizing Opportunities in China and the U.S. During the Year of the Rooster on Wednesday, March 22 at the Nixon Peabody offices in Boston.

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Future-Proof Your Marketing Strategy

 On September 12, 2014, Wendy Pease, Owner of Rapport International, a Boston-metro translation agency, will be a panelist for the “Future-Proof Your Marketing Strategy” forum that runs from 9:15 to 10:45 as part of the Women Business Leaders Conference at..

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Translation Turmoil

Translation is rarely mentioned by reporters covering the emerging immigration crises, but it's quickly becoming an important topic for relief workers who now understand that not everyone from Latin America speaks Spanish.  Among the tens of thousands of..

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Five Takeaways from MassMedic Forum on Growing Medtech Companies

Based on reflections from Wendy Pease, owner of Rapport International, LLC, a full-service translation and interpretation company based in metro-west Boston, who recently attended a MassMedic program on “Current Thinking on How to Fund, Grow & Exit a Medtech..

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Department of Commerce Wants Your Feedback!

Have an opinion about the export business and want to express it?  Want to find out the latest trends concerning U.S. exports?  Or, does networking with trade policy makers interest you? Then make time to attend this free event: 2014 National Export..
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Press Conference Challenges: Lost in Translation at the Olympics

Language is always in flux, which is why press conference challenges that include translation and interpreting issues can be so challenging.  Computer technology alone has added dozens of new words and expressions to every day life.  Toss in a few idioms, a..

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