APM Project Management Awards 2017
The APM Project Management Awards 2017 sponsored by RPC UK Ltd is now closed for entries. Finalists for all of the various categories will be announced on Monday 24th July 2017.
The awards recognise the very best the profession has to offer – from aspiring young project managers to experienced project professionals managing complex projects and programmes both in the UK and overseas. This year, there is a broader choice of categories to give a wider range of projects, programmes and professionals from any industry sector the opportunity to enter.
Celebrating project management excellence for over 20 years, the APM Awards ceremony will be held on Monday 20 November 2017 at its new location of Old Billingsgate.
10 April 2017 - Call for entries
19 June 2017 - Stage 1 entry deadline
24 July 2017 - Declare finalists publicly
4 to 7 Sept 2017 - Stage 2 presentations
20 Nov 2017 - Awards ceremony
Awards host - John Pienaar
John Pienaar is deputy political editor and presenter of the weekly Westminster round-up Pienaar’s Politics on Radio 5Live.
A seasoned reporter, he sees his job as beating a path through the forest of Government spin. Ever since his original, often controversial parliamentary sketch for the Independent, he has acted as tour guide and translator of goings-on in the Westminster village.
John originally trained at South London Press and later became an Old Bailey Correspondent. Instantly recognisable to television news audiences, John has spent hundreds of hours standing in the rain outside 10 Downing Street.
John follows a string of high profile personalities who have hosted the event in previous years, such as Kate Silverton, Justin Webb, Steph McGovern, Fi Glover, Chris Hollins, Angela Rippon, Bill Turnbull, Adrian Chiles and Andrew Castle.
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The APM Project Management Awards has been celebrating project management excellence for over 20 years. APM, the Chartered body of the project profession, introduced the annual APM Awards in order to recognise and applaud the very best the profession has to offer – from aspiring young project managers to experienced project professionals managing complex projects and programmes, both in the UK and overseas.