REGISTRATION IS LIMITED - if you are interested in attending and the link is closed, please contact Anne Marie: email@example.com
Join your fellow BCPA members at our annual meeting and holiday networking event on December 11. We will start with catered hot lunch followed by our annual meeting and the voting of officers. Open officer positions this year include:
~ Information Director
~ Facilities Director
If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact Bob Niebuhr at firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the meeting, stay and enjoy the informative and entertaining Regina Phelps for a lively presentation entitled Through the Looking Glass – BCP, Our Past and Future: Glancing Back and Gazing Forward. Regina Phelps is an internationally recognized expert in the field of emergency management and continuity planning.
· Members are FREE – event invitation is NOT transferable
· Non-members are $30
RSVP's need to be received by Thursday, Dec 4. Please contact Anne Marie DeBoard at AnneMarie.DeBoard@chrobinson.com if you have any questions.
(12:30) Annual Meeting
(1:30) Regina Phelps
- Annual Dues Increase – Annual dues will be increasing on January 1st, 2015 by $10. Regular members will be $95; Students and Retirees will be $60. Any renewals between now and Dec 31st will be at the current rate.
Regina Phelps | Through the Looking Glass – BCP, Our Past and Future: Glancing Back and Gazing Forward
We all wish we could look into the future and know our fate – its only human nature. You can of course learn a great deal about the future by first looking back at the past. This fast paced session looks into the recent past of business continuity planning: our triumphs and failures and then attempts to gaze into the future giving insight into where we might be headed. Regina Phelps has over 23 years of experience in the industry and will share from her experience:
§ When plans are activated – what works, what doesn’t
§ Where are the most and the least prepared companies
§ Client lessons
§ Going forward – what should you be thinking about and planning for