SF Globalization brings together people in and around San Francisco who are interested in the globalization of content of any type and format (e.g. software, mobile apps, web content and online services, social media, marketing, video) intended for international audiences.
Globalization includes everything that’s needed to get products ready for success worldwide: investigating the variations in product requirements, designing user experiences that are tailored to local expectations, internationalizing the software to handle the differences and enable worldwide communication, creating localized configurations, and translating the user interface and content.
Our events are local and in person. We do not record or livestream the presentations.
Our typical meeting schedule (Pacific Time): 6:30-7:00 pm Networking and snacks 7:00-8:30 pm Presentation and discussion 8:30-9:00 pm Social time, extended Q&A
Information for presenters and hosts
SF Globalization is looking for both presenters and hosts.
SF Globalization was started as an option for those who are not able to attend South Bay GILT events, such as IMUG (http://imug.org/), the International Multilingual User Group, which has been meeting regularly in Silicon Valley since the 1980s.
Code of Conduct
SF Globalization strives to provide a comfortable environment for an open exchange of ideas, and does not tolerate harassment of any kind. We reserve the right to remove attendees who violate this principle from our events. If you experience or observe harassment, please notify any member of the SF Globalization leadership team.
PLEASE DO NOT USE MEETUP MESSAGING, COMMENTING, OR OTHER FEATURES FOR SALES, MARKETING, OR FUNDRAISING. COMPLAINTS FROM OTHER MEMBERS WILL RESULT IN IMMEDIATE EXPULSION FROM THE GROUP.