PMI New Zealand 2015 Project Management Conference set for September in Wellington



15 April 2015 – Wellington, New Zealand – The PMI New Zealand (PMINZ) Chapter will host the 2015 Project Management Conference in Wellington during 2-4 September 2015. The 2015 event with the theme “Shaping the Future” marks the 21st anniversary conference for PMINZ. The conference will be held at the Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand, set on a spectacular waterfront site overlooking Wellington harbour.


A call for abstracts has been issued, with responses due by 21 May. Early registration is open. Corporate and speaker discounts are available. Award nominations are also being accepted until 3 June.

Don’t miss this opportunity to visit Wellington, New Zealand’s capital city also known as the café city of New Zealand. Pre-conference master classes are available, along with several site tours to fascinating local projects. The conference will include keynote speakers, professional presentations and all of the usual networking and social activities of an international conference. A welcome reception at the museum is planned for 2 September; the PMINZ 2015 Awards Dinner will be on 3 September.

For information, go to http://www.projectmanagementconference.org.nz/home/

The Project Management Institute of New Zealand (PMINZ) is proud to promote the Project Management Conference in Wellington this year. PMINZ is a chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI). With over 700,000 members in over 180 countries, the PMI is the leading membership association for the project management profession in the world. Established in 1969, PMI is actively engaged in advocacy for the profession, setting professional standards, conducting research, and providing access to a wealth of information and resources. PMI also promotes career and professional development and offers certification, networking, and community involvement opportunities.

PMINZ was officially granted its charter to operate in New Zealand on March 12, 1994 and has experienced exceptional growth since then and remains one of the largest chapters outside North America, with over 1700 members. PMINZ has three active branches: South Island Branch (based out of Christchurch and including Nelson and Dunedin Sub-Branches), Central Branch (based out of Wellington includes Sub-Branches in Wellington, Hawke’s Bay, Manawatu and Taranaki) and Northern Branch (based out of Auckland and including Waikato and Northland Sub-Branches). PMINZ has regularly received international PMI awards in recognition of its success. For more information about PMI please go to http://www.pmi.org.nz/

Conference contact: Neil McDougall at [email protected]