“The Cornerstones of Business Continuity”

http://www.entrypointnorth.com/events/cornerstones-business-continuity/
Entry Point North academy, Malmö, Sweden.

Event description

On 9-10 May 2017, it is once again time for an exciting Entry Point North seminar! This year we will shed a light on the cornerstones of Business Continuity.

The dynamic and unpredictable environment can put our organisations into unexpected situations that we may not necessarily know or are unprepared to handle. What we can clearly foresee is that under such circumstances we, both as management and staff, get under a great pressure. How we handle these difficult situations, will have a big impact on our organisation’s business survival – Business Continuity.

How can we plan for the unexpected? During the seminar we will discuss the subject from different angles and through the eyes of various stakeholders. We trust that you, as a manager, will find the subject interesting for reflecting on and discussing your own organisation and its future developments. Furthermore, the seminar will offer an excellent opportunity to meet others in your business environment and share experiences.

Seminar Location

The event will start at Entry Point North academy on 9 May in the morning and will continue at the top of the Turning Torso in Malmö city on 10 May.

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Event location

Entry Point North academy Malmö Sweden.

Contact information

Entry Point North Malmö Sweden.

Inesa Stockunaite Inesa Stockunaite

Tel: +46 40 694 43 00

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