NewswireToday - /newswire/ -
Austin, TX, United States, 2007/07/19 - KUT, BP America and Project Performance International participate in IEMC 2007 as a event patrons. IEMC 2007 is scheduled for July 29 through August 1, 2007, and will be held at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and Spa.
The IEEE Engineering Management Society (EMS), hosts of the 19th International Engineering Management Conference (IEMC 2007), today announced the upcoming event’s media sponsor, KUT, and event patrons, BP America and Project Performance International. IEMC 2007 is slated for July 29 through August 1, 2007, and will be held at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and Spa.
“We are excited to participate in such a groundbreaking event. As a global company, we believe every level of an organization plays an important role in a company’s overall strategic direction,” said Glenn DaGian, Director of Government Affairs, BP America. “IEMC 2007’s focus on managing creativity is an exceptional tool for businesses, communities and individuals to explore optimal ways to work together.”
Featuring the World of Engineering Expo, IEMC 2007 brings more than 400 engineering and management professionals, engineering students, technology enthusiasts, academia, local and state government representatives.
“We appreciate support from industry leaders like BP America and Project Performance International which will enable networking and interactive learning opportunities during the World of Engineering Expo,” said Leslie Martinich, vice president, Publications, IEEE Engineering Management Society, and Chapter Chair, IEEE Central Texas EMS. “Additionally, IEMC is pleased to have KUT as our leading media sponsor providing savvy coverage for their expansive audience.”
General Information about the conference can be found at IEMC07.org. Accommodations will be at the Hyatt Lost Pines Resort and Spa and registration is available online.
The IEEE Engineering Management Society (EMS) directs its efforts toward advancing the practice of engineering and technology management as a professional discipline, encouraging theory development for managing organizations with a high engineering or technical content, and promoting management transitioning and high professional standards among its members. The IEEE Engineering Management Society offers many outstanding opportunities.