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ALC Roundtables

Local Meetings for Local Needs 

Join ALC for one, or more, of our ALC Roundtable meetings. Held throughout the U.S., these small meetings are an opportunity for CEOs and senior management to discuss issues and trends in the industry.

These meetings are open to ALC members and nonmembers alike. With the roundtables, we want to bring value to even more language service companies across the country. To help you get the most relevant, useful value for your business, a roundtable is a structured conversation about challenges and opportunities unique to your area. They bring together local business leaders to offer each other real-world perspectives, honest advice, and help with critical decisions.

Benefits of the ALC Roundtables

  • Discuss local topics

  • It isn't networking, it's knowledge sharing

  • Speak with other business owners like you

  • You don't have to travel (far)

  • It's free!



Now Introducing - ALC Virtual Roundtable!

Become a better business leader with the ALC Virtual Roundtable discussions. These online discussions are open to all ALC Members and are a platform designed to allow one-on-one member engagement to discuss real world topics specific to your business with other LSC owners facing similar situations. Each topic is driven by your content, collaboration, and advise. Share your knowledge, expertise and struggles with other leaders in the industry today at an ALC Virtual Roundtable.

View all Upcoming ALC Virtual Roundtables here!

View past Virtual Roundtables here.

Not an ALC Member? Become a member today!


Hosting a Roundtable Is Easy

Roundtables can be extremely productive and useful. But someone has to be the host. A host is simply the person that helps bring everyone together. Being that person can help you become recognized as an industry leader.

And, we've made it easy for you. We created the manual "Steps to Hosting a Roundtable," and our staff and a board representative will help guide you.

If you are interested in hosting a ALC Roundtable, please contact Melissa Meyer for more information.

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Keep the discussions going with fellow attendees at the online forum for that specific CEO Roundtable!


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