Get the Project Management Image Bundle and spice up your slide decks, reports and emails.
This bundle contains:
Set of black and white, and colour icons (.png). This set illustrates budgets, documents, ideas, meetings, processes, teams, devices, progress and schedules, although you can interpret them how you wish. Include them in your presentations and more.
Set of countdown icons in black and white (.png). This set can be used to keep a project team on track leading up to a big launch or major deadline. Use them in reports and emails or how you see fit!
Set of RAG traffic light icons (.png). This set has 3 different varieties so you can showcase your project status in style. Pop them next to project names on a PMO slide, shrink them down for your reports or include them in presentations.
This bundle compiles selected images from the monthly subscription template club PM Insiders, where each week you get a done-for-you asset to use on your projects. If you like these and would like to learn more about PM Insiders visit us here: elizabeth.thrivecart.com/pm-insiders-club/
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