Bridge to Sponsor Ocean State PMI March 2013 Chapter Meeting on Thursday March 14

 “Secrets to Project Success: Practical Approaches to Identifying,
Evaluating, and Mitigating Project Risk Management”

WHAT:  Bridge is sponsoring the March 2013 Ocean State Chapter PMI meeting to network with local project managers and support local IT businesses. Join us for an evening of discussions about practical approaches to project risk management, with a featured presentation by Gus Cicala.

WHERE:   CVS
                  One CVS Drive
                  Woonsocket, RI 02895
                  Click here for more information and driving directions.

WHEN:   Thursday, March 14, 2013
                  6:00 – 9:00 pm

WHY:  Connect with other Rhode Island Project Managers and Bridge IT staffing experts.  Read about the last Ocean State PMI meeting that Bridge sponsored and learn about what's in store for you at OS PMI!


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About Bridge Technical Talent:  Bridge Technical Talent is a full-service Information Technology staffing firm providing contract and permanent staffing solutions. Headquartered in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, Bridge has been proudly serving our customers in RI and Southeastern New England for almost a decade. With our growing team of practicing project managers and our fluency in PM technologies and environments, Bridge is passionate about our participation in and sponsorship of the local PM community.

About Ocean State PMI:  The Ocean State chapter has been chartered since the summer of 1999 and was established as a professional development organization for Rhode Island professionals from all areas of industry. Their goal is to provide a professional forum for all members to collectively share their ideas and experiences as they relate to the field of Project Management. The current Board of Directors was elected in 2004 and works diligently to provide a number of benefits for Ocean State PMI members. For more information visit the Ocean State PMI website.

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