Early Registration for 27th IPM World Congress on Project Management in September ends May 31


14 May 2013 – Zagreb, Croatia – Early registration for the 27th IPMA World Congress on Project Management is now open, but will end on 31 May 2013.  To save up to EUR 100, register now.  The 27th IPMA World Congress, under the title “Finding Balance and Moving Forward,” will be held from 30 September to 3 October 2013 at one of the most beautiful venues on the Adriatic Sea, the Valamar Resort Babin Kuk in Dubrovnik, Croatia.  Information at http://www.ipma2013.hr/.

ipma-world-congressEarly registration for members of IPMA and ICEC is EUR 700 or EUR 750 for others.  These prices increase by EUR 100 after May 31, and by EUR 200 after September 1, 2013.  Optional pricing is available for program only, accompanying persons, one-day attendance and IPMA Young Crew workshop.  See all pricing and registration options at http://www.ipma2013.hr/onlineregistration.aspx.

The 27th IPMA World Congress in Dubrovnik will be IPMA’s largest and most important event of 2013.  The three-day congress will include keynote speakers, paper presentations by academic and professional leaders, networking in the sponsor exhibition area, social activities and IPMA’s annual Awards Banquet.  The congress will be preceded by meetings of the IPMA Executive Board, member associations and committees, along with the annual IPMA Young Crew Workshop.  Post-congress workshops will also be offered on Thursday, 3 October.  For more on the program and schedule, go to http://www.ipma2013.hr/program.aspx.

Valamar Lacroma DubrovnikThe congress venue – hotel Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik (pictured right) – is renowned for its intelligent fusion of nature and modern services. With largest conference facilities in the area, expert staff, memorable and soulful gastronomic experiences in its fine dining Langusto restaurant, and abundance of activities. The hotel has capacity of 1,200 delegates, with interchangeable congress and meeting rooms with natural light.

Dubrovnik is one of Europe’s most fashionable destinations. Steeped in history and seemingly unchanged since the 13th Century, the city is a living museum and a live stage with an ideal connection between its historical past and the modern day. It is surrounded by medieval walls that are 1940 metres long and preserved in their original form. Since 1979 the town has been under UNESCO protection.  Become a sponsor and visit the City of Dubrovnik, the historical republic from 1358-1808, whose cultural monuments still bear witness to projects from past centuries.  More about Dubrovnik can be found at http://www.tzdubrovnik.hr/eng/.

The 27th IPMA World Congress in Dubrovnik is being organized by IPMA and CAPM (the Croatian Association for Project Management – www.capm.hr), with the Civil Engineering Faculty of the University of Zagreb  www.grad.unizg.hr,  the International Cost Engineering Council (ICEC) – www.icoste.org and the “Baltazar Adam Krčelić” College of Business and Management (www.vspu.hr ) as co-organizers.  The Chair of the 27th IPMA World Congress in Dubrovnik is Mladen Radujković. The congress program director is Mladen Vukomanovic.  Visit the 2013 congress website at http://www.ipma2013.hr/.

Founded in 1965 and registered in Switzerland, International Project Management Association (IPMA) is the oldest global project management professional organization. IPMA is an international federation of more than 50 national project management societies in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. The IPMA World Congress is one of the largest and most important gatherings of project management authorities and leaders each year. The president for 2013-2014 is Mr. Mladen Radujkovic. For more information visit www.ipma.ch

Source: IPMA