The Tour event in Mendoza will count 17 international speakers talking on today’s issues; four practical workshops on management tools; 15 conferences on the best topics of Project management; and good networking opportunities to promote business relations. For registration and further information about the congress, visit www.pminuevocuyo.org/
According to PMForum Managing Editor David Pells, “The PMI Cono Sur Tour events are the biggest project management conferences in Argentina each year. We are honored to be supporting the event in Mendoza again this year. Our correspondent in Argentina, Ana Maria Rodriguez, always does a great job of covering these events for us, and of sharing the results with the rest of the world.”
Mendoza is the capital of Mendoza Province in the north western part of Argentina, in a region of foothills and high plains, on the eastern side of the Andes. The metropolitan population is approximately 850,000, the fourth largest in the country. Mendoza is a frequent stopover for climbers on their way to Mount Aconcagua (the highest mountain in the Western Hemisphere) in the Andes. One of the largest industries in Mendoza is wine making, which is always showcased at the PMI Mendoza events.
“Project management as a profession is growing rapidly in Argentina now,” Pells added. “We want to congratulate the PMI leaders in Mendoza for the start of their new chapter and for again hosting this big project management event.”
This event is co-organized by PMI chapters in South America and the support of the Project Management Institute (PMI), the main international organization on Project Management (www.pmi.org)
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