THE Project Management Institute has announced its array of speakers for its forthcoming Africa Conference.
The institute said its speakers are the Director-General, Jigawa State Investment Promotion Agency, Furera Jumare; Founder, ReDahlia and Entrepreneurs.ng, Eloy Young Entrepreneur Award, Florence Chikezie; Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Apara Global Africa, Ayanda More; CEO, Cybereum, Ananth Natarajan.
It added that the conference is set to return to a live format for the first time since the pandemic. In a statement, Business Development Lead, Africa, PMI, George Asamani, said, “The world has undergone some seismic shifts over the past two years, and not one sector was left completely immune, including project management.
“The line-up of speakers reflects our view on how the profession will transform and how projects will be delivered across sectors that contribute majorly to the economy. Necessity is the mother of all invention and now innovation.
“We are thrilled that the Africa Conference has grown in influence and can attract such an exceptional panel of speakers and, at the same time, drive the narrative around social good and sustainability forward. We look forward to sharing new learnings and perspectives with the PMI community as we look for ways to make ideas a reality.”
The institute added that it has a expanding list of confirmed speakers.