APM Conference 2018 looks to ‘Future Proof’ the profession
Posted by Adam on 2nd Nov 2017
The award-winning APM Project Management Conference returns in 2018 with a challenge for the profession to ‘Future Proof’ their approach to project management.
The thought-provoking event sponsored by Hyde Park Solutions Ltd will explore how project professionals can adapt their practices in an ever-changing world to ensure they continue to deliver success.
Taking place on Wednesday 25 April 2018 the all-day event will bring together experienced and influential speakers at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel in London to talk about how their truly transformational projects have changed the world.
The rich choice of speakers, subject matter and interactivity will ensure you stay up to date with the latest techniques for successful project delivery and finish the day with all your vital project management questions answered.
Now is the best time to book your place at the conference as you can save up to £190 by taking advantage of our special early booking offer.
With speakers from previous APM Conferences including Infrastructure and Projects Authority chief executive Tony Meggs, Bloodhound supersonic car project director Richard Noble OBE and world-class speaker Professor Eddie Obeng, it is no wonder that over 90% of past attendees are looking to attend again.
The launch of the APM Conference 2018 comes on a significant day for the profession as we all celebrate International Project Management Day.
This great initiative acknowledges the achievements of project professionals and their teams across the globe. APM is proud to support this special occasion by hosting a week of special offers for you to enjoy including the chance to win an Apple iPad.
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APM is pleased to announce Michael Moore, Senior Adviser for PwC and former cabinet minister, will be opening the 2018 APM Project Management Conference Scotland supported by 20|20 Business Insight.
Providing an insight into the future of our profession; the people, the practices and the projects and how they will transform the world we live in and the way we work.