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Posted by APM on 10th Jun 2013

As the APM Project Management Conference 2013 will feature 14 of the worlds most influential and thought provoking speakers plus an exhibition full of organisations at the forefront of the profession, there will be plenty to consider when planning your day.Book now and don't miss out

If you havent done so already, there is still time to book your place at the annual event taking place this Thursday on the 13th June at Kings Place in London. With a long-held reputation for agenda setting content featuring the worlds most innovative and groundbreaking projects it is no wonder that past delegates have described the conference as a source of inspiration, innovation and new ideas.

To help plan your day take a look at the full conference programme featuring the impressive speaker line-up who will be tackling the conference theme of Adapt! You can also read more about each speaker to make the decision of who you want to hear from that little bit easier.

To add a different dimension to the days proceedings there is the opportunity of taking part in a fully interactive workshop on the modern management technique of gamification. Alexa Briggs from Ernst & Young, along with Guy Giffin from Prendo, will run a thoroughly enjoyable and informative online simulation that will illustrate the theory of gamification. Places at this workshop are limited so please turn up early to avoid disappointment.

Win prizes at exhibition

The APM Project Management Conference will feature an exhibition where you can talk to numerous organisations at the forefront of the profession about how their products or services can benefit you or your business. Those exhibiting include 1st Milestone Ltd and Acumen, 20|20 Business Insight, Barbecana, CITI Limited, Deltek, EcoSys, Gower Publishing, LogiKal Projects, NEC, PM Channel, Programme Recruitment & Development, Program Framework, Projectplace Ltd, QA, University of Birmingham, Virage and Network Solutions - Maintenance Services, Network Rail.

Delegates have the chance to win book prizes at the APM Project Management Conference this year, compliments of Gower. In the delegate bag will be a postcard from Gower, simply take it with you when visiting stands at the exhibition and the exhibitors will stamp it for you. Return the postcard to the Gower stand before leaving the conference to be in with a chance of winning a book prize. You dont have to collect all of the stamps, but those with the most stamps will be entered into the draw to win.#apmconf

For the latest APM Project Management Conference news follow @APMProjectMgmt on Twitter and search #apmconf. You can also use this hashtag to follow the conference on the day as well as post your own views and comments. You may even see your posts on the Twitter wall in the ground floor foyer.

Book your place

The conference theme of Adapt! will focus on flexibility, resilience and evolution. Topics that reflect the new benchmarks that 2012 set, the growing demands of customers and the more for less culture which is challenging how we think and act.





APM members 
Standard rate: from 1st April 2013                      375 per person*
APM non members 
Standard rate: from 1st April 2013485 per person*

If you would like to make a corporate or group booking, please contact the APM marketing team on: 01844 276 741.

*All prices are exclusive of VAT. Cancellations will be subject to a booking charge and no refund will be made after 5pm on Thursday 30th May.

Ibis Trading Ltd, registered in England No: 6536096, is a subsidiary of Association for Project Management, which is registered as a charity in England & Wales (No: 290927). Registered Office: Ibis House, Regent Park, Summerleys Road, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire HP27 9LE.

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