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Business Continuity Awareness Week 2020: 18th - 22nd May 2020

This year’s Business Continuity Awareness Week, coordinated by the BCI, is taking place from 18th - 22nd May 2020. Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW) aims ‘to raise awareness of the resilience profession and demonstrate the value of effective business continuity management to organizations of all types and sizes’ says the BCI.

BCAW, sponsored by Assurance and ClearView, provides a daily webinar programme and a range of information resources.

The theme for 2020 is ‘We are Stronger Together’, focussing on the importance of collaboration within organizations.

For more details about BCAW, visit the official BCAW site or use the #BCAW2020 hashtag on Twitter.

Updates

Market Report: Planning The Return To The Office
Fortress AS has published a new report to coincide with Business Continuity Awareness Week. It aims to help organizations consider all the physical & policy, psychological, and technical 'return to work/ the office' options. It is based on a survey of 100 business continuity, risk and resilience professionals. More details.

The Definitive Guide for Business Continuity Program Success
During BCAW, Assurance and ClearView will be launching a new publication, ‘The Definitive Guide for Business Continuity Program Success’, which distills key learnings from the recent Business Continuity Benchmark Study and includes recommendations that organizations can adopt to make business continuity programs stronger and more successful.
Obtain the guide



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