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BCM World Conference and Exhibition

The information in this website relates to the 2013 BCM World Conference and Exhibition. The 2014 event will take place on 5th-6th November: please return at a later date for more details.

The BCM World Conference and Exhibition is the premier event in the global industry calendar featuring a vibrant Conference that is explicitly structured to provide value for all levels of Business Continuity experience and a bustling Exhibition, with some 50 leading product and service providers supported by an extensive, educational seminar programme across the two days.

The demand for BC has never been greater, whether driven by the need to manage crises more effectively or to provide assurance that your organization is a reliable business partner to key stakeholders. With ever increasing global complexity causing headaches for business leaders and policy makers alike, BC provides a unique perspective to support better decision making about risk and uncertainty. Join fellow practitioners this November to learn and share and to strengthen the voice of BC.

The Conference provides attendees with the tools, skills and knowledge to support professional development in Business Continuity and drive important and critical organisational change. With its unique '3 stream' structure, it caters for the Business Continuity newcomer right through to the experienced BC Practitioner and is a ‘must attend’ event for anyone who is serious about Business Continuity and recognises that BC is key to achieving organizational resilience.

A FREE to attend Exhibition showcases the latest BC products and services from over 50 BC suppliers around the globe. The Exhibition also plays host to a free Exhibition Seminar Programme that will be running throughout the two days.

Register as a delegate

Attend the Conference
Members £890
Non-Members: £990


Register as a visitor

Attend the Exhibition
Free to attend

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