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APM Project Challenge – Our Story Part 2

Last week we posted part 1 of our APM Project Challenge Story. Below is part 2, enjoy. Fundraising To maximise our collections, we spent time with the TRT sponsor to enable us to competently speak about the charity publically. We were proud to attend two rugby matches to fundraise and raised £187.00. We sourced T-shirts, personalised […]

APM Project Challenge – Our Story Part 1

In October 2015 Team Aspire (TA) met Lucky and Fortunate, two participants of the Tag Rugby Trust (TRT) Uganda branch. At just 10 years old, we were inspired by Lucky’s ambition to create a bright future for herself. When presented with the opportunity to compete in Project Challenge, TA thought this was the perfect way to […]

APM Project Challenge Update

The Aspire Europe APM Project Challenge Team are pleased to announce that they now have reached the delivery milestone set out in the project plan and  have now completed and submitted the project final report. On Monday the 11th of April they will found out if they have been short-listed as finalists. Fingers crossed! Many Thanks […]

Aspire Europe – the big sporting weekend

This weekend sees two major sporting events for the team at Aspire Europe Ltd. Team Sky Dive – we are reaching the end of the APM project challenge competition into which Aspire Europe entered two teams. One was made up of in-house team in Portishead the second was for one of our clients, Plymouth City […]

Talking About Project Management to the Ugandan Young Leaders

On a visit to Uganda last week, Rob Newman (the Tag Rugby Trust Treasurer) had a heart warming chat with the Uganda young leaders about project management. As part of our fundraising, we are creating a project management eLearning course and raising money for tablets to enhance the young leaders knowledge skill set for the future. […]