Technology Resourcing does the rounds at various Planning related Conferences

October has been a busy month for us as Chris Woodbridge and his Planning & Project Controls team have exhibited at the following major industry conferences:



  1. The ‘UK Oracle User Group’ (UKOUG) Annual Primavera Conference, which was held at the Centre Point building in London on 11th October .
  2.  On 17th & 18th October we had a busy stand at ‘Project Challenge’ at Olympia. For this event Chris was joined by our Luke Devenish, representing our Rail Engineering division.
  3. Finally, the ‘Project Controls Expo’ was at the mighty Twickenham Stadium on October 31st, where Chris and Jordan helped introduce the speakers in return for a slap up dinner afterwards with many of the delegates in The Presidential Suite.

You can view a selection of photographs from all events on our Facebook Page:

UKOUG Annual Primavera Conference 2012

Project Challenge Expo 2012

Project Controls Expo 2012 (link to follow)

In his inimitable style Chris again returned back to the office with the following swag from other exhibitor’s stands: Critigen Drinks bottle; UKOUG pen with integrated 2 GB memory card; Ares Lanyard. What’s the best item you’ve liberated from a conference exhibitor? Let us know…


About the Author:

  • Tanya White

    Tanya joined Technology Resourcing from a previous career in recruitment advertising. She's progressed from managing contracts administration into becoming a key member of the Planning and Project Controls team.

    Technology Resourcing are a leading recruitment company within the Engineering, Technology & Construction sector, supplying professional and management grade personnel into permanent staff appointments, contract assignments and independent consultancy roles.

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