On April 25, 2017 the PMI Luxembourg Chapter offered a great opportunity for members and non-members to contribute to the Accra Flooding project of Project Managers Without Borders (PMWB).

Since years, Accra has had tremendous problems with flooding during the rainy season. PMWB is developing a master plan that will be submitted to the political responsibles. In two parallel workshops, the participants had the opportunity to exchange knowledge on one of the smain topics of this master plan. 

Globalization and constant innovation of technology have resulted in a constantly evolving business environment. Concurrently, the borderless economy has increased the markets and opportunities for more growth and revenue while, the growth in technology has augmented the availability and therefore accountability of information and knowledge.

On February 6, 2017 the Project Management Institute (PMI®) Luxembourg Chapter, in collaboration with PwC, offered a great opportunity for members and non-members of the chapter to network and exchange knowledge with faculty, students and project management practitioners at MUDAM. 

At the General Assembly Meeting, PMI Luxembourg Chapter members in good standing and member since at least 15 September 2016 present ratified the elected candidates to form the new Board:

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