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PMI Budapest to host 10th ‘Art of Projects’ conference

Conferences

Project Management Institute (PMI) Budapest, Hungarian Chapter will organize the 10th “Art of Projects” Conference in the Budapest Music Center’s Conference Hall on November 3.

The largest international English-speaking project management conference in Central Europe expects more than 300 guests this year. The day after the event, on November 4, the 10th PMI Budapest “Project Manager Master Class” will be held.

This year’s conference features the Hungarian Chapter’s first-ever Keynote Session delivered by Tony Appleby, chair emeritus at Project Management Institute.

Speakers include Balázs Zábori, Hungarian physicist, space engineer, technical director, and program manager, who will talk about the Hunor Hungarian astronaut program. His presentation will cover how Hungary will select the next astronaut who will soon work on the International Space Station.

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