PROJECT LIFE LESSONS – # Not The GDPR News

Gethyn Ellis, 2018-03-26

PROJECT LIFE LESSONS – # Not The GDPR News

Mark Williams and myself will delivering a seminar called #Not the GDPR news in Cardiff on the 19th April…

#Not the GDPR News


This is not a session on GDPR!


PROJECT LIFE LESSONS – Come along to CPSGroup offices in central Cardiff, network with fellow professionals, listen and participate with Mark Williams and Gethyn Ellis as they discuss 40+ years of project life lessons experience, remind yourself of what should be done and/or take the best practice back into your business. Applies to Business Directors, Managers, Project Managers & Analysts, Developers, Testers and anyone with an interest in IT or Business Change projects. 19/04/18 @ CPSGroup Cardiff

It is free for you to register…click  the link which will take you to the EventBrite website. Your name and email address is all you need to register. If you register and come along to the session on 19th you’ll not only get a great session but there will be some free drinks (beers and soft drinks) and nibbles too.

If you know someone, a friend of colleague who would also enjoy this session feel free to forward it on to them.

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