About

Language Professionals’ Networking Event is a social gathering that takes place once a month in an informal setting.

The purpose of these regular interdisciplinary meetings is to provide a platform where language teachers, coaches, trainers, tutors, translators, interpreters, voice-over actors, voice coaches, language and speech therapists, language and translation consultants, researchers, subtitlers, proofreaders, editors, transcreators – you get the idea, can meet, learn from each other, be inspired by talks and interviews with some brilliant minds from the linguist world, ask for support from like-minded professionals, and learn of new opportunities.

We start the evening off with a thought-provoking 30-minute talk, presentation or interview, followed by drinks and networking in a cosy little bar.

Come along, be part of this initiative, and enjoy an evening with like-minded language professionals.

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Who and why?

We’re a bunch of linguists and language enthusiasts who missed a platform where fellow language teachers, trainers, tutors, coaches, translators, interpreters, intercultural skill experts, voice coaches, language and speech therapists, actors, language consultants, researchers etc. could meet every once in a while to discuss all things languages and career in a supportive, informal environment.

Therefore, we created this event so we can get together once a month, learn from each other, ask for support from like-minded professionals who’ve walked the same path before, learn of new opportunities, and be inspired by talks and interviews with some brilliant minds and successful linguists.

Your host: Gabriella Ferenczi, German & Hungarian language coach, founder of ProLingua Global, a London-based boutique language training company.

An important cause that we support

meclogoMoorfields Eye Charity does ground-breaking research to help people with sight problems and to treat and prevent blindness. Every single entry ticket to our events includes a donation to support Moorfields’ pioneering research into eye health.

Gabriella explains more on what this initiative is all about: