Project Management Institute Denmark (PMIDK), is a nonprofit chapter, who reports to the global Project Management Institute (PMI®). The chapter held its founding general assembly back in December 1999, and was confirmed as a new chapter, by PMI in January 2000. PMIDK consists of +400 members (2017). With a growth rate of +20% in the last years.

PMIDK organizes member events in Copenhagen and Århus, which gives the members free opportunity to excel in their field and network with their peers. In addition, the Danish chapter publishes a quarterly newsletter and an annual report containing information about chapter activities, book reviews and webinars as well as articles on relevant topics.

Project Management Institute Global
Was established in 1969, the organization has grown to be the world's leading organization in project management. With more than 740,000 members, volunteers and certification holders worldwide.

PMI's mission is to advance the practice, science and profession of project management throughout the world in a conscious and proactive manner. This includes Drafting standards within the field of project management, conduct seminars, webinars and training programs. And certification such as the Project Management Professional (PMP®), which is known as the most extensive certification for Project Managers. This is the reason more and more companies choose the PMI standards as the basis for their project managers and project management.