PMForum named Media Partner for Project Management Professional Development Summit in New Orleans
Dallas, Texas, USA – September 11, 2007 — PMForum, Inc. announced today that it has been named “Media Partner” by the Greater New Orleans (GN0) chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI®) in support of the chapter’s Professional Development Summit in late October 2007. The 2007 PMI-GNO Professional Development Summit will be held at the Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel in New Orleans during 27-30 October 2007. The summit is expected to be the largest project management event in New Orleans in over 10 years.
According to David Pells, PMForum’s Managing Editor, “We are excited about working with the PMI-GNO chapter to publicize their major event for 2007. Day one of the conference will include opportunities to help rebuild some New Orleans neighborhoods, so we want to help get the word out. We want this to be a very successful event.”
PMI GNO President Ana Boudreaux stated, “The PMI New Orleans Chapter is delighted with our partnership with PMForum. David and his staff are providing a very important service to project managers and the organizations that support them. They display a keen awareness and sensitivity that can only come from experience in the field. David 'gets it.' We look forward to an ongoing relationship."
As a PMForum media partner, the PMI GNO chapter will receive banner ad promotion and listing in PMForum’s online Project Management Events Calendar, pre-event news coverage of announcements and developments, live breaking news coverage directly from location during the event, and post-event reporting. Examples of PMForum partnering efforts and media coverage can be found at http://www.pmforum.org/events/partner_program.htm. For more information about the October professional development summit in New Orleans, visit www.gnopmi.com/
With more than 240,000 members in more than 160 countries, the Project Management Institute (PMI®) is the world’s leading membership association for the project management profession. The PMI Greater New Orleans (PMI-GNO) chapter serves PMI members in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama with project management programs and educational events. The President of the PMI GNO Chapter for 2007 is Ana Boudreaux, PMP. For more information on the PMI Greater New Orleans chapter, visit www.gnopmi.com. For more information about the October Professional Development Summit in New Orleans, visit http://www.gnopmi.com/PDD2007/PDD%202007%20Index.html.
PMForum, Inc. administers and operates www.pmforum.org, the world’s first project management website and one of the world’s best known and leading sources of project management news and information. PMForum also publishes the monthly online PM World Today e-Journal, where articles, case studies, papers and viewpoints by leading project management authorities and experts from around the world can be found. Free subscriptions are available at www.pmworldtoday.net.
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