The CCD will host the Project Management Institute (PMI) EMEA Congress 2019

DUBLIN – 27 July 2018 – The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) is set to host the Project Management Institute (PMI) EMEA Congress 2019, which is expected to attract over 700 international delegates.

The PMI Congress brings together hundreds of project, program and portfolio managers from The Project Management Institute for three days of quality education, knowledge sharing and networking. The event takes place from 13-15 May 2019 and is expected to attract over 700 delegates from over 70 countries and 450 organisations.

Speaking about the event, Adrienne Clarke, Head of Conference Sales at The CCD said, “We are delighted to be chosen as the host for PMI EMEA Congress 2019. We look forward to welcoming project managers from around the world who are coming to Dublin to hear from experts in the field and share key learnings with international colleagues.”

In support of PMI’s many certifications, including the PMP®, project managers who attend this event can earn up to 17 Professional Development Units (PDUs) across the PMI Talent Triangle®. They can also benefit from a range of activities including 75-minute concurrent sessions, offsite learning sessions, 3-hour long workshops, keynote presentations and an open forum discussion with inspiring speakers, from experts within the field.

Registration for this event opens in August 2018 and attendees can click on the link below to register.


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Suzanne McGann
Head of Marketing & Communications
The Convention Centre Dublin

About The CCD
The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) opened in September 2010 and is Ireland’s only purpose-built international convention centre. Located in the heart of Dublin city, just 15 minutes from Dublin Airport, The CCD has won a total of 40 industry awards since opening.

About Project Management Institute (PMI)
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