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Business Continuity and Resilience roundtable dinner 'Going loco: the global impact of local events'

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We are delighted to invite you to our Business Continuity and Resilience roundtable dinner 'Going loco: the global impact of local events.'

This complimentary event will take place at a venue in Midtown, Manhattan to be announced, on Tuesday October 15th from 6.30pm-10.00pm. The session will be facilitated by Hsiu Mei Wong and Ted Bissell, PA experts in Business Continuity and resilience in the Financial Services and Healthcare industries.

Why attend?

Super-storm Sandy and the 2011 Japanese tsunami and earthquake showed that it is a combination of well-defined and well-rehearsed continuity plans (that take into account cultural differences) and strong local leadership that are the most effective during times of disaster. While the impact may be felt across your global organization, centralized recovery solutions (including technology solutions) are a given these days.

This seminar offers you the chance to discuss such issues as:

  • How can firms best strike a balance between centralized control and local resilience strategies?
  • How have resilience strategies changed over the last 10 years - how has the role of technology changed?
  • What lessons have been learned from recent events such as Super-storm Sandy?
 

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To find out more about how PA can help your organization tackle the challenges of business continuity and resiliance, please contact us now.

Event details

Date and time

Tuesday 15 October 2013
6:30pm - 10:00pm

Location

Venue in Midtown Manhattan - to be announced

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