Ask the Experts: How to Prepare for Disruption, Business Continuity – May 20
“A successful and resilient plan begins with understanding the story of your business.”
Business Continuity Awareness Week is an annual event that highlights the importance of planning to make organizations resilient and recoverable in the face of disruptive events. Business Continuity centres on preserving organizations of all sizes and purposes in the face of disruption and disaster.
Our guest speaker Abraham Binder will provide an overview of Business Continuity and then lead an engaging discussion with two industry experts.
During this panel discussion you will discover simple ways for small to medium sized organizations prepare for outages and disruptions. Planning is about more than the actions to be taken when things go wrong. Business Continuity Planning outlines the organization itself as the object of the planning, not the disruption itself.
Who Should Attend
Small & medium sized businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and entrepreneurs that want to learn business continuity methodology to help prepare for and manage disruptive events. Anyone interested in Business Continuity
Abraham Binder MA, ABCP, CEMC (he/him)
Emergency Management Specialist – Business Continuity
City of Mississauga | Community Services Department | Office of Emergency Management
Ryan Lim, IT Manager, Service Management, at the City of Mississauga, offers his expertise in the area of technology and cyber security management.
Cynthia Weeden, Founder & President, FutureShield is a Business Continuity expert and entrepreneur, who will offer insights on how to manage a small business during a crisis. www.futureshield.com | linkedin.com/in/cynthiaweeden
After registering, you will receive information by email about how to login to your live webinar sales course. This information will be sent to you before the start date of the event.
You will receive your webinar login information by email prior to the event.
View previous webinar recordings here >
This event is hosted by the Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre (MBEC) in partnership with the City of Mississauga’s Office of Emergency Management, to provide business continuity awareness and support for the local business community.
The Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre (MBEC), Economic Development, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Division, City of Mississauga, is your central source for small business information, resources and guidance.
The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for ensuring the City of Mississauga is prepared for large emergencies, disasters, and business disruptions by establishing robust emergency plans, staff and stakeholder training, emergency preparedness public education & outreach, and through the implementation of a comprehensive organization wide business continuity management program.