Independent Project Analysis (IPA) is introducing two new additions to its subscriptions and original publications business area. The Business Professionals’ Capital Projects Newsletter, focused on improving the interface between business and capital project representatives, will debut in August 2012. The Capital Projects Regional Publication, set to launch in October 2012 with a focus on Alberta, will consist of a series of publications that will discuss the challenges of developing capital projects in various regions of the world.
Strengthen the Business and Project Bond
The connection between business and capital project representatives has proven to be a critical leveraging point for improved financial returns. Through articles, discussion points, and data, the new quarterly Business Professionals’ Capital Projects Newsletter will quantify the benefits and practices surrounding the business connection to projects and will help companies improve the connection between the business and project groups. Learn more about the new Business Professionals’ Capital Projects Newsletter here.
Identify and Overcome Unique Regional Challenges
Due to unique regional challenges, developing capital projects in some areas can be more difficult than in others. Each Capital Projects Regional Publication will spotlight one specific region, with the first focusing on Alberta, Canada. Representing the collective experience of hundreds of actual projects developed in a specific part of the world, IPA’s regional publications series will be a definitive source for improving capital project success within each region. Continue here to read more about the Capital Projects Regional Publication.
Contact Dean Findley, IPA Regional Director for North America, via email or by phone at +1 703-729-8300 for more information on how to subscribe.