The PMI Region 8 - 2020 will be hosted by the PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter

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It is official now that the PMI Region 8 - 2020 will be hosted by the PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter. The PMI Region 8 Meeting is designed to inspire and support PMI chapter leader volunteers in the advancement of their leadership skills and will provide the opportunity to:

  • Network with 200+ PMI chapter volunteers from across Europe
  • Attend educational sessions addressing chapter management and leadership development
  • Learn about the tools and programs that have been developed by PMI to assist your chapter development
  • Hear the latest news and information about PMI's global initiatives from PMI
  • Engage with other Chapter Leaders, Regional Mentors, and PMI staff
  • Learn from other Chapter Leaders' experience

Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to connect with and learn from fellow PMI chapter leaders!


PMI Region 8 Meeting is organized by the PMI Europe Office, the Region Mentors and hosted by the PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter.

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