Asia Pacific Congress on Project Management announced for Beijing in late November


28 February 2014 – Beijing, China – The Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management (apfpm) has announced that their first international conference, the Asia Pacific Congress on Project Management, will take place in Beijing, China during 29-30 November 2014. Co-sponsored by the International Project Management Association (IPMA) and the Project Management Research Committee of China, the event is being billed as the 1st Asia Pacific Congress on Project Management, the 2nd IPMA Research Conference and the 18th PMRC Conference.

140228-pmwj20-1st-asia-IMAGE1st independent Project Management Member Association’s Congress held in the Asia Pacific will highlight the critical importance that Project Management plays in achieving business success. Information at http://www.apfpm.org/

The conference will include representatives and participants from apfpm member associations in Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and the USA. Additionally guests will be invited from Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.

The congress will be an education deliverer with acclaimed expert speakers, a huge business facilitation opportunity, coupled with a great social program to provide foreign guests the opportunity to see local highlights, like the Great Wall, Forbidden City, and many others.  Home host: China’s umbrella PM Association the PMRC (Project Management Research Committee)

The Congress will also host the apfpm 2014 Asia Pacific Project Management Awards

The Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management (apfpm) is a regional grouping of independent project management professional societies in countries bordering the Pacific Ocean.  Now with member associations in 20 countries, the organization was formed to harness the synergies of project management related professional associations across the region.  Through international collaborative partnering these associations can more effectively grow and develop their organisations; leveraging the stature, strength, and connectivity of each other.  Membership is open to independent national Project Management associations from countries in the Asia Pacific region. For more information about apfpm or individual member associations, visit http://www.apfpm.org/index.php or contact the association directly at [email protected]