Welcome to the Carolinas Chapter of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP).
Serving APMP members across the North and South Carolina region, our chapter was founded in 1998 by a small group of proposal professionals. Today we have grown to over 100 members who represent a broad array of national and international industries. The Carolinas Chapter has also been nationally recognized by APMP as an Outstanding Chapter for our active and consistent support of membership events and activities.
A Message from Our Chairperson
Early Bird Registration for SPAC 2018 Now Open
As of November 1, Early Bird registration for SPAC 2018 is now open. Click here to register for this exciting and informative conference. We are once again offering the following Early Bird Rates: APMP Members $150 and non-APMP Members $180. Registration can be paid online by credit card or by check. Early Bird discounted registration will be available until late January. A group discount is available for groups of four or more attendees from the same company.
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Connecting the Entire Business Development Lifecycle through the Lens of PMBOK 6th Edition, ISO 9001:2015, and Lean Principles
A virtual meeting/webinar featuring Dr. Bob Frey, co-presented by the Georgia Chattahoochee and Carolinas APMP chapters
Dr. Frey helped attendees visualize the close connections across Business Development, Capture Management, Proposal Development, proposal reviews, Knowledge Management (KM), and program and project management to optimize organizational performance and drive up the probability of winning proposals (Pwin).