Current events

Attendance at all core events is free to members.

Please note that all PM Forum events are member only and are recognised by the CIM for CPD purposes


Ireland

Further info and RSVP

  • Thursday 8 September 2016
    Re-energising your Key Client Management programme

Most professional services firms have Key Client Management programmes, many working well. However, a number of firms have not re-visited their programmes for some time and need to ask themselves a few questions to ensure they still deliver the return on investment that they should.


London

Further info and RSVP

  • Tuesday 13 September 2016
    Punching above your weight for small firms

How can marketing teams at small firms / chambers with limited resources make an impact? Although there is a wealth of information on marketing and business development, these are sometimes difficult to apply in a smaller (much smaller) environment with very limited resources (team and budget).


Scotland

Further info and RSVP

  • Wednesday 7 September 2016
    Using client feedback to create sustainable change

Through listening to over 1,000 client satisfaction reviews and bid debriefs each year, Grant Thornton know what their clients expect. They assume consistently high levels of service from every person they deal with, at every interaction.


South West

Further info and RSVP

  • Thursday 15 September 2016
    Winning major bids against all the odds
    A real-life example from Sibby Smith of AECOM

Sibby Smith is a Senior Consultant at AECOM, a Fortune 500 multi-national engineering business that prides itself on ‘doing procurement differently’.

Catch her in Bristol to hear her real-life story on how as part of AECOM’s Procurement Advisory Service (PAS), they teamed with colleagues and a number of partner organisations to bid on the Goods and Equipment Procurement Service for the Department for International Development. Sibby will recount how they set a strategy to win, the importance of collaboration during the bid, why early engagement is more important than tendering, common mistakes and how to avoid them, and how to follow through after a bid is won.


Yorkshire

Further info and RSVP

  • Tuesday 18 October 2016
    Predictably Irrational: A very practical guide to pricing psychology

When it comes to pricing and in particular our reaction to price, Homo sapien is not always Homo economicus, the paragon of cold-blooded rationality assumed by many formal economic models.


Send email to PM Forum with questions or comments about this website. | Copyright © 2016 Practice Management International LLP