APM WiPM Conference: less than one month to go
Posted by Kirsten on 29th Aug 2017
Less than one month remains until APM opens its doors to one of this years’ most celebrated project management conferences in the UK -
the National Conference for Women in Project Management 2017, sponsored by BAE Systems.
For 2017, award winning broadcaster and breakfast news presenter Steph McGovern will join a line-up of industry leading speakers from organisations including Jacobs, Thales, Lloyds Banking Group and Sellafield, to name a few.
Armed with the profession’s most prominent front runners, together, delegates, speakers and a world-class panel will explore the key aspects of what it takes to be a progressive project professional.
Across three select streams around career challenges, project delivery and demystifying agile, the conference will give those eager to take the next steps in their career the insight and skills needed to excel in today’s fast moving environment.
Speakers include Sara Drake, chief executive of APM, Thales’ Lucy Finney MBE and Kelly Rosbender of Lloyds Banking Group. See the full line-up here.
For more information or to book your place visit the National Conference for Women in Project Management booking page.
Venue: Etc Venues, 155 Bishopsgate, London
Date: Thursday 28 September
- Read the latest results from APM’s Salary and Market Trend Survey. How do women fare in today’s profession?
- Read Sue Pritchard’s latest blog. Women in leadership of major and complex projects.
APM would like to thank event sponsors BAE Systems and stream sponsors 20|20 Business Insight and Hyde Park Solutions.
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Just two months remain until the APM National Conference for Women in Project Management 2017: The progressive project professional, sponsored by BAE Systems, opens its doors on 28 September.