22nd Project Management Forum in Hungary with the support of PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter

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Aim of the Project Management Forum

This year, the PM Forum, which creates and continues the traditions of the project management profession, will be held for the 22nd time. The Forum is also an excellent opportunity for networking, exchange of ideas and professional discussions this year.

The 22nd Forum focuses on the human factors of project management, highlighting the agility and complexity of project solutions in accelerated competition, the development of non-traditional human abilities and attitudes, and the need for an organizational and operational order that supports them.

For years alone, a questionnaire related to the conference can give you a picture and a time series of the domestic situation of the profession, and now the assessment of the agile approach takes place in the changing thematic section. 

Invitation to participate

The 22nd PM Forum will once again provide the opportunity to get to know the latest domestic and international solutions, exchange experiences on successful practices and build a professional relationship that is essential for building trust.


The publication of the Forum is published in electronic form. Presentations pdf. please send it to info@hte.hu by 15 March 2019 (max. 15 pages) . The formal requirements for accepted presentations will be notified by the rapporteurs in a confirmation. 

Call for sponsorship

The sponsor of the project management commitment to professionalism supports the oldest recognized project management conference in Hungary. It also appears

The agreed sponsorship fee and the Forum participation fee will be paid by HTE after the sponsorship agreement has been concluded and upon receipt of the application form. 

Important dates

Performers short (half-sided) January 10, 2019
Apply for sponsorship January 31, 2019
Accepting lectures February 15, 2019
Request Form Fill February 18, 2019
Final, complete presentations to the publication March 15, 2019
Application for participation March 29, 2019


Fee: 64.500.-Ft + VAT
Participation fee for lecturers, HTE, PMI Budapest, PMSZ members: 59.500.-Ft + VAT
Participation fee for sponsors and professionals 
companies from the 4th paid participant:
HUF 52,500 + VAT
PhD Directives: HUF 30,000 + VAT
Students applying for a thesis approved by the HTE Academy: HUF 3.150 + VAT

The participation fee includes 13.000 HUF + VAT, which is included in the invoice issued. 


Only possible in writing. If canceled up to 30-15 days before the event, 50% of the entry fee can be refunded. In case of cancellation within 15 days we cannot refund the fee.

By participating in the Forum or holding a presentation, the 6.5 PDU (Professional Development Unit) required for PMI qualification can be obtained. Upon request, a certificate can be requested from the HTE Secretariat for attendance at the Forum or for presentations. Further information on the recognition of points can be found at www.pmi.hu.

We are looking forward to presenters, participants and sponsors! 

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