QEII Centre in Westminster, London | 27th April 2023

Project Challenge Expo to Return to QEII Centre in September 2022 (Demo)

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We are delighted to announce that Project Challenge Expo will open its doors once again on the 27th September 2022.

Returning to its new home at the QEII Centre in London’s Westminster, the leading event for projects, programmes, process and resource is set to welcome hundreds of delegates, keen to update their learning, development, best practice knowledge and business networks.

Featuring a packed programme of presentations across three zones, Project Challenge Expo remains the go-to event for project, programme, and portfolio managers as well as many other professionals engaged in all aspects of the project management sector.

This year, we welcome a new Platinum Sponsor, ProSymmetry, the leading specialist in Resource Portfolio Management and the company behind Tempus Resource. Lloyd Norman, (Vice President, Strategic Solutions), will be delivering a headline presentation at 12:30 pm in the Masterclass/Solutions Zone – plus ProSymmetry will be on the exhibition floor to welcome delegates and showcase Tempus Resource throughout the show.

Other presenters will include Melanie Franklin (Continuous Change Community and Agile Change Management Limited), Lindsay Scott and Eileen Roden (House of PMO) and Ketan Patel and Olivia Chalmers (Change Management Institute).

We anticipate a particularly busy exhibition floor, showcasing the best in software solutions, best practice consultancies, PMO services, methodology experts, strategic consultancies and training providers. Exhibitors will also include experts in risk management, project controls and process management for project managers, PMOs and PPM practitioners across the entire enterprise.

Our Events Director, Richard White, said today: “I am delighted to be able to confirm the return of Project Challenge Expo. This show will meet much pent-up demand for face-to-face learning and networking, following the tough years of the pandemic. We moved to our new home – the QEII Centre – in October 2021, and the venue received positive feedback from delegates and exhibitors alike. We are already busy planning an excellent schedule of value-adding presentations for this show, and we look forward to delivering a top quality event in a safe and welcoming environment.”

Delegate registration for Project Challenge is free and registration opened today. You can secure your place by visiting our registration page.

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