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Acknowledged Authorities Join Recognized Subject Matter Experts at 2022 Continuity Insights Management Conference

“Our goal in procuring high-profile presenters is to strike a balance between lining up recognized subject matter experts, while continuing to tap new resources and recently acknowledged authorities,” said Bob Nakao, Conference Chair of the 2022 Continuity Insights Management Conference. “This year’s respected faculty is eager to share their experience and knowledge and provide attendees with usable takeaways that they can put into action immediately.”

The 2022 Continuity Insights Management Conference sessions comprise a well-rounded curriculum featuring timely and meaningful content. Featured speakers will give business continuity professionals a chance to discuss resilience at a critical and strategic level.

The industry thought leaders and subject matter experts will delve into the deepest, most advanced-level education program available at any industry educational event. Highlights of the 2019 conference program include:

  • More than 60 relevant business continuity topics
  • Six educational tracks
  • Pre- and post-conference workshops
  • The ability to earn valuable CEUs

The six educational tracks will feature case studies, program development & advancement, ask the experts panel discussions, emerging technology, trending topics, and measurement, metrics & maturity.

The conference is scheduled for April 25-27, 2022, at the Omni Hotel, Louisville, KY. The complete program, including speakers, sessions, panel discussions, and workshops, is available here.


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