Partner event: PM&PMO Conference BRIDGE 2022

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Where: Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva Conference Centre

Fee: 169 € + VAT (on-site) / 69 € + VAT (online)

What to expect

PM&PMO Conference BRIDGE 2022 will take place on the 2022-09-22 in Vilnius, Lithuania. The venue will be Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva Conference Centre. The event is to follow the slogan Projectized-Digitized-Connected and the main topic will be dedicated to Sustainable Way of Working. This year, the focus will be dedicated to Sustainable Project Management best practices, UN Sustainable Development Goals and ESGs inclusion to Project Management as well as highlighting the importance of mindset and soft skills of every company employee. 
Presentations will be delivered by thought leaders of sustainable project management: President of Green Project Management Joel Carboni, Inspirational Speaker and author of Master of Sustainable Project Management at Utrecht University and many others, who will widen your horizons of expertise. 

We will also attend the event and represent the IAPM with a booth. We look forward to seeing you!

Who to expect

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