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In today’s disruptive world, organisations are facing multiple threats that could wreak havoc on their business operations. Crises like COVID-19, civil unrest, cybersecurity attacks, and severe weather often result in major financial losses, reputational damage, or even the loss of life. How prepared are organisations when it comes to their business continuity plan and execution?
On another hand, with advent of global climate impacts unleashing floods in Europe, rising temperature initiating wild fires, flood predictions in India due rise in sea levels – How are organisations planning to tackle sudden events that can disrupt their people & assets

According to The Economic Times India, Coronavirus: The biggest challenge right now is Business Continuity.
In the most recent PwC global study report on Covid-19 impact on business, 2800 senior executives from 29 industries and 73 countries, provided valuable insights into resiliency planning, business operation and the future of the workplace. The report showed that more than 95% of these business leaders feel that their crisis management plan needs improvement!

Many organisations are discovering that the time is right to give their critical event management processes a reset, understanding that the smart business path forward is one that is best prepared!

Join us for this exclusive Roundtable to explore how organisations have taken the strategic approach on critical event management for operation and business continuity.

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Key discussion points

• Quickly identify, assess and address the threats in order to safeguard company assets and employees.

• How to ensure improved security for employees at all levels

• Best tactics to resolve BCP challenges with latest tools & technologies

• How to reduce costs and duration of any disruption.

• Best practices to mitigate risks and financial exposure during the time of crisis.

• Increase investor and regulator confidence in the organization’s proactive approach to risk