Seattle Scores Second Highest Attendance in APMP Bid & Proposal Con History

May 15, 2105 — With just a few days left to register, APMP’s Bid & Proposal Con Seattle 2015 is a big attendance success. APMP staff confirms at least 726 registrations with less than a week to go.

Attendees will enjoy 60+ educational sessions, increased networking events and opportunities and a chance to be in the same room with other professionals who understand the challenges of today’s proposal professionals. All this set against the backdrop of historic Seattle featuring Pike’s Place Public Market and a weekend of Memorial Day celebrations Seattle style.

Some of the firsts to be revealed at this year’s APMP Bid & Proposal Con 2015 will be:

1) Hot off the press stats and facts from APMP’s 2015 Compensation Report. The complete report will be e-mailed to all APMP members in June 2015.

2) Access to a new industry report produced by APMP’s Procurement Improvement Committee called the Road Map to Better Government Procurement. The full guide will be available to all APMP members in June 2015.

3) The first-ever APMP Ignite presentations. Several of your peers/colleagues, on stage, giving five minute presentations using only 20 slides about something industry related that the love. It’s fast paced, fun and brand new.

APMP’s Bid & Proposal Con 2015 attendance in Seattle keeps pace with the growing trend of increased proposal professionals at APMP events. Here is how APMP Bid & Proposal Con 2015 attendance stacks up in the attendance race since 2011.BPC Five Year Numbers

Next year’s APMP’s Bid & Proposal Con 2016 will be in Boston, MA May 25-28. Only time will tell whether Boston surpasses Chicago as APMP’s most favorable Bid & Proposal Con city.

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