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New Date for the Project Management Diary

APMG, the organisation behind popular project management accrediatations such as PRINCE2 and MSP, have announced a date for their annual showcase event. Taking place on the 28th June 2012 in Central London, this event is free to the project management community.

The APMG-International Showcase (formerly known as the Best Practice Showcase) is now in its tenth year and has become increasingly popular with practitioners due to its “birds of a feather” style sessions. Practitioners have the unique opportunity to chair their own group discussions and debates as well as taking part in other sessions run by prominent project management companies and educators. The Showcase also  features a select exhibition and keynote speeches.

Taking place at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, this is an event wait noting in the diary. For more information, including how to host a session or just attend as a delegate see the website for more details

About Lindsay Scott

Director of Arras People, the programme and project management recruitment specialists. Also blogging at How to Manage a Camel. Lindsay has also launched The PMO Conference

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  1. Thanks for mentioning the Showcase Lyndsey. I just wanted to add that as the event is free to attend you can bring your whole project team with you so you can get the maximum value from attending! It is a really useful day out of the office for anyone involved in projects, programmes, ITSM or change management. So bring your colleagues!

  2. Kate

    Thanks for the contribution, are you interested in contributing to this news site.

    Paul Naybour

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