Language Standards for Global Business(c) Announces Next Summit

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The Language Standards for Global Business© Summit will reconvene in Barcelona, Spain between the dates of May 29-30, 2006.

Following a very successful Summit in Berlin, Germany in December 2005, the Language Standards for Global Business© Summit will reconvene in Barcelona, Spain between the dates of May 29-30, 2006.

This event will once again be non-commercial, with no sponsors or exhibitors, and will focus on "Language Standards: Involving the Stakeholders". The Summit will be hosted by Dr. Donald DePalma, President, Common Sense Advisory, Inc., and will include keynote, plenary and panel presentations. Moderators include Tex Texin, Internationalization Architect, Yahoo! Inc., Kim Harris, Owner, text & form, Hans Fenstermacher, President, ArchiText® Inc., and Sue Ellen Wright, Professor, Institute for Applied Linguistics, Kent State University.

The LSGB© Barcelona Summit will last 1.5 days and will precede the Localization World conference.

For more information and registration details, please see:

About The Language Standards for Global Business© Summit:

The Summit provides a forum for experts from standards organizations and user communities to sort through the many new standards and contrast requirements, and rank their effectiveness. Attendees benefit from the analysis, and apply it to the selection and employment of products and services used in their organizations. Those involved in developing standards will attain a better understanding of the community needs and applications.

About Global Meeting Services, Inc.:

Global Meeting Services, Inc. (GMS) is a full service conference management consulting company. GMS was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1995. In 1996, GMS opened an affiliate office in San Diego, CA, which was incorporated in 1997. GMS announces the opening of an office in Taiwan in March, 2006. All companies continue to be in existence, with the main office residing in San Diego.

GMS has conducted conferences, both domestically and internationally. Domestic events include: San Jose and San Francisco, CA, Boston and Hyannis, MA, Washington D.C., and Atlanta, GA. International events include: Frankfurt, Mainz and Berlin, Germany; Dublin, Ireland; Hong Kong; Tokyo, Japan; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Prague, Czech Republic and Vancouver, BC, Canada. Conferences and Summits are being organized in Barcelona, Spain, Montreal, Quebec and Taipei, Taiwan for the 2006 year. For more information, please visit

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