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On the 5th of December PMI Denmark Chapter holds a Christmas networking event for the DK chapter. There will be Christmas snacks, drinks and focus on socializing and networking with your fellow PMI DK members. However, staying in the Christmas spirit, then we have also a short presentation from a special guest who has spend alot of time doing projects in Greenland.

Grant Sonne-Clifford will, among other things, be speaking about doing project management in the arctic. Project management in the arctic has a unique set of challenges that need to be overcome to succeed. Grant will explain how in 2006 he led a team of engineers  that gave gave Greenland communities access to mobile telecommunications.

About the speaker: Grant Sonne-Clifford Project Excellence Director in Ramboll Group. You can find Grant´s LinkedIn profile here.

Type of event: Networking.

Place: The event takes place in Kulturhuset Islands Brygge, Islands Brygge 18.

Date & time: 5th of December, 17.00-19.00?

Please remember to sign up via the PMI DK website as usual.
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