Countdown to the 5th edition of the Annual National Project Management Conference (ProMaCon 5.0).

Countdown to the 5th edition of the Annual National Project Management Conference (ProMaCon 5.0).

Theme: “Call to Action”.

Date: 17 – 18 September, 2013

Time: 9.00 am – 5.00pm Daily

Venue: Muson Center, Onikan Lagos State, Nigeria.

The 2-day event will feature keynote presentations, breakout sessions, local and international case studies, industry specific technical presentations, a project management clinic, stakeholders forum, networking, exhibitions, honours and recognition, PDUs/Certificates of attendance. Please click here to read the event overview
http://www.promacon-ng.org/promacon-2013

Registration:
Join project experts; experience the convergence of Project Management professionals
and leaders, gain knowledge and network with both local and international practitioners.

Standard - 65,000
PMI Members -55,000 (14 PDUs for PMI Credential Holders)

Register Now!
http://www.promacon-ng.org/register-now

The event will bring together delegates from government agencies, development partners, financial institutions, oil and gas, construction, manufacturing, telecoms and IT, consulting, education providers, entrepreneurs and independent project managers from different countries.

• Hear it straight from business leaders and Government decision makers

• Understand how project management can meet the challenges for your business

• Increase your knowledge about industry happenings, innovations and applications

• Gain first hand exposure to the latest Project Management methods and best practice applicable to your field

Dignitaries

Special Guest of Honour
Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR – President, Federal Republic of Nigeria

Keynote Speaker
Rt. Hon. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal,CON – Speaker, Federal House of Representatives

Chief Host
Gov. Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN – Executive Governor, Lagos State

Chairman of the Occasion
Hon. (Engr.) Ibrahim Shehu Gusau,PhD – Chairman, House Committee on ICT

Speakers
Speakers at the conference are drawn from renowned industry experts, accomplished professionals as well as Government decision makers.

SAM AMADI - Chairman/CEO, Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission

OLUWATOYIN JOKOSENUMI - Head PMO, FSS 2020

NIYI YUSUF - CEO, Accenture Nigeria

DEJI ISHMAEL - Region Mentor, PMI Africa

GIBSON OKORAFOR - Professor of Project Mgt, Fed. Univ. of Tech, Owerri

CHIBUEZE OGBONNA - Professor of Project Mgt, Babcock University

KUNLE AWOFESO – S.A. to Lagos State Governor on Project Management

LAWAL ZAKARI - Director M &E, National Planning Commission

MARTIN MADIBA EBONGUE - CEO, Petros and Partners

SAMUEL AKPAN - CEO, Season Consulting

Sponsorship/Partnership and Branding Opportunities:
ProMaCon Conference provides organisations with the opportunity to project their brand to diverse internal and local audience as well as the Global Project Management Community.

Join the Leaders, sponsor, partner or support now: sponsorship@promacon-ng.org

Strategic Partners: PMI Nigeria, Presidency, Lagos State Government

Sponsors: FSS 2020, CBN, iCentra, BIL Concierge

Exhibitors: CPMS, Opex Consulting, DexNova, Jeman Consulting

Media partners: Oxford Journal, PM World Journal, PM Foresight, AIT

Support: Accenture, Ocean Midas, Savant, TechnoVision, Ame Consulting

For further details about the conference please visit
http://www.promacon-ng.org/

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