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Alpha CRC is a localization company and has been working for more than 20 years worldwide for well-known companies such as Adobe, Logitech, Sony, Ubisoft or HP, to name a few. The company currently has about 130 employees and offices in Cambridge (headquarters), Beijing, Barcelona, Paris, Montpellier, Geneva, Pieve di Cento and Munich.

BEO is a localization company based in Stuttgart. Created in 2003, it now has five agencies with more than 90 employees. Thanks to their effective IT department, BEO is able to create IT solutions for internal use and applications for its customers. Thanks to an agreement between the Alsace region and the German region of Baden-Württemberg, CAWEB students can join the cross-border apprenticeship program by this company.
Contact person: Ulrike Baral.

Datawords has been offering multilingual digital communication services since 2000. In addition to translation and interpreting, the wide range of services provided by the company also includes website localization and international SEO. Datawords has been hiring CAWEB graduates, apprentices and trainees for several years.

D.o.G. (Dokumentation ohne Grenzen) is a software translation and localization agency based in Leonberg, Germany. François Massion, CEO of D.o.G., gives terminology classes in CAWEB.

The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) is an association composed of translation and localization professionals from all around the world. It develops language resources and trainings and offers its members language, collaboration and development tools. It also organizes the largest annual conference in the field of localization and offers the Rising Star Contest to students in translation or localization. Three of our CAWEB and TCLoc students have already won this international competition.

Herzen University in St. Petersburg is one of the oldest University in the country. Courses are a combination of both traditional Russian education and modern educational practices.
As part of a cooperation, CAWEB students can spend three months in the Translation Department and we also welcome Russian students in our distance learning localization courses.

The Hochschule Anhalt, or Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, is based in Köthen, Germany. It offers courses in computer science and software localization and organizes an annual “Spring School” in the field of localization. Prof. Seewald-Heeg has been working for many years for the CAWEB and TCLoc Masters’ on software localization.

MemoQ is a worldwide translation technologies provider. As the only company specialized in translation technologies that has adopted a bottom-up approach, it strives to design products that translators will like to use, such as MemoQ, a computer-aided translation tool (CAT). The CAWEB Master’s has signed a partnership agreement so that all CAWEB Master students can have access to this software. Software training programs are provided by certified professionals.

SDL is an international company and provider of centralized and on-demand translation management services, web content management, translation into all languages, etc. SDL publishes SDL Trados Studio, a tool used in the CAWEB Master’s translation courses.

Six Continents is a translation and localization agency managed by Gaëtan Chretiennot, an SDL certified trainer. He gives courses in the second year of the CAWEB Master’s program, in particular to train students for SDL Trados Level 2 certification.

Telelingua is one of the world’s largest companies in the translation and localization field. Madeleine Barois, a former CAWEB student, is a member of this company.

The translation agency Tradex, based in Saarbrücken collaborates with translators from all over the world who live in the country of their mother tongue. Tradex’s translations are carried out in a wide range of fields: technical, marketing, legal, scientific and economic. One of our localization teachers is an employee of the company.

Located in Strasbourg, Amopix is an agency dedicated to creating websites, producing photos, videos and advising through social network strategies. Antoine Rolin works at Amopix  and is a CAWEB Master’s degree lecturer.

Blackbird Agency is based in Strasbourg, and specializes in e-commerce – more precisely in the creation of websites based on Magento. Jérémie Bouchet and Benjamin Samson, founders of Blackbird, are second year lecturers.

Boulder SEO Marketing is a company specialized in digital marketing and which also offers training in this field. The founder, Chris Raulf, is a lecturer in the CAWEB Master’s degree where he gives SEO courses.

La Couleur du Zèbre is a communication agency that designs and implements web, multimedia, publishing projects, and also performs audits, advice and training.
The solutions offered by La Couleur du Zèbre range from small redesigns to complete overhauls (graphic design, visual identitiy, charters, illustrations, computer graphics) to the global management of your project. The two founders of this company, Emmanuel Winstein and Aneth Thaumiaud, both lecture on the Master CAWEB’s degree’s program.

The Bas-Rhin County Council (Conseil départemental du Bas-Rhin) is the deliberative assembly of the Bas-Rhin department. Each year, it hosts one or two CAWEB apprentices in digital communication projects.

The City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg (Ville et Eurométropole de Strasbourg) is a local authority based on intermunicipal cooperation, bringing together 33 municipalities around Strasbourg. The City of Strasbourg brings together the City Council, the Mayor and his deputies. The City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg welcomes one CAWEB apprentice each year to its communication team.

Firehead is a European company specialized in recruitment in the field of technical communication.

Hakisa is a company on a mission to facilitate the usability of the Internet by creating a free and non-binding mediation platform. Hakisa brings seniors closer to their family members and actors from the medical-social world or e-commerce. Hakisa offers apprenticeships to our students and generally hires them at the end of the apprenticeship.

Quai n°10 is an associative project offering a coworking space for freelancers and remote workers. Several members of the association, including Mark Nightingale, are involved in the CAWEB Master’s program.

SAP is the market leader in enterprise software. Headquartered in Walldorf, Germany, the group has offices in more than 130 countries and has kept on growing since its creation in 1972. Today, SAP creates software for more than 250,000 customers worldwide and employs more than 66,000 people. Two CAWEB students have worked in this company and two employees of the group are involved in our courses.

SEMrush is a platform which allows to analyze the SEO performance of a website and define an SEO and SEA strategy. Two former students of the CAWEB Master’s degree are working in this company: Natalia Zhukova and Elena Viens.

The Tekom professional association is the largest professional association for technical communication in Europe. It was founded in 1978 in Stuttgart, where it still has its headquarters. Tekom is committed to giving users the highest level technical communication within companies as well as the general public. Tekom organizes the TCWorld Conference in Stuttgart every year and offers the Master CAWEB’s program to present itself on a stand dedicated to university teaching in this field.

Jooble is a search engine dedicated to job searching. Jooble offers job seekers offers from recruiters and company job websites in order to facilitate their job search.

Plus Que Pro is a company that brings together a large number of companies in the housing field, construction and service domain. Christophe Richer, SEO Manager at Plus Que Pro, is a lecturer at Master CAWEB’s degree, and gives SEO courses in the first year.

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