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Entries for the APM Midlands branch Young Project Manager of the Year Awards 2018 are officially open.

APM Midlands branch is once again seeking to recognise rising talent in the region.

This year, the branch are searching for those in the early stages of their project management career, who are making a difference to their projects, the companies and clients they work with, and the project management profession. The award is open to project professionals aged 30 years or under at the date of submission. 

Entrants can be working on any project where their involvement has been greater than six months and must be nominated by the Corporate Partner or Affiliate by whom they are employed or contracted.

Finalists and guests will be invited to attend an exciting presentation evening in Birmingham on Wednesday 23 January 2019, alongside students vying for the APM Midlands branch Student of the Year Award 2018 with their sponsoring Higher Education Institutes.

Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity, submit your entry be part of this prestigious free to enter award, and the chance to meet APM chief executive Debbie Dore on the night of the final.

Further information can be found in the initial information pack or by emailing us at

Key dates for your diary:

Closing date for entries: Wednesday 21 November 2018
Finals night: Wednesday 23 January 2019 at the IET Austin Court in Birmingham, (alongside the APM Midlands branch Student of the Year Award 2018)




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  1. David Munslow
    David Munslow 12 September 2018, 09:34 PM

    This is a fantastic opportunity for young project professionals in the Midlands region, with a great prize package. I would encourage all who are eligible to request a question pack and offer best wishes to all who elect to enter. David Munslow. Chair, Corporates Sub-Committee