Business Resilience Seminar

17th September 2018

If you are unable to deliver your products or services, how long will it be before your clients have to go elsewhere to avoid disruption to their own business? If you can answer this question and know exactly what you'll do if it happens tomorrow and how to avoid it, the chances are RESILIENCE is built into your organisation.

With the development of complex fulfillment supply chains and the speed with which business is done, RESILIENCE is both a necessity and a competitive advantage. Business RESILIENCE is a bi-product of business continuity and this interactive workshop will give you a deeper insight into what it might mean to your business and some simple steps to achieving it. The seminar is aimed at both business owners and risk managers and will cover: • Why RESILIENCE is becoming increasingly critical and the commercial advantages it brings • An interactive RESILIENCE exercise to get a hands-on perspective • Simple steps towards RESILIENCE There will be a chance to network before and after the event. For more information contact Dan Bannister e: m: 07917 238714 REGISTER HERE

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