In this competition, which was held virtually from March 7 to April 1 with the participation of participants from 24 countries, 14 representatives from our country participated. According to the competition rules, members must cooperate in multinational and six-person teams.
Siavashpour and his teammates were selected as the best active team in the development of business strategies through social media in the "Best Social Media" section, which is one of the sections of this event. He collaborated with students from Brazil, Poland, Serbia, Guatemala and Croatia.
The Project Management Championship is a 3 stage competition consisting of a qualification round, the national finals and the international final. The international final will be hosted each year by a different country. PM Championships is targeted at full-time students at higher education studying project-related courses. Its core objectives are to enhance student involvement in the field of project management, to raise the interest in professional project management at a national and international level, as well as to advance the dialogue, the knowledge sharing and know-how between research and the business world.
This year, because of quarantine restrictions, the final round of Lithuanian National PMC?20 was held online. In this final phase, organizers invited 6 teams to come together and join forces to create ideas and project management plans for the COVID-19 crisis in Lithuania.