Contact Us

Continuity Insights Management Conference

Dealing with the unexpected isn’t restricted to your organization’s physical location or satellite locations. As business continuity professionals, many of us work with business event strategists within our organizations who are responsible for planning user group meetings, facility tours, shareholder meetings, and live public relations events.

In light of a potential crises developing within your organization, the Professional Convention Management Association has released A Guide to Crisis Communications for Business Event Strategists, a free guide to share with your events team on how to deal with different types of critical crisis situations.

The guide includes a 15-point toolkit for pre-, during-, and post- event crisis communications planning to help protect your business and effectively respond to and control a situation. The guide can be downloaded via PCMA here.

Continuity Insights

Similar Articles

Advances in Emergency Mass Communications Technology Improve Event Outcomes

Emergency mass communication technology is no longer just about a safety professional sending a bulk text message during a critical event. While that’s still a helpful response to some emergencies, …

PrepTalks: “The Big One” Podcast Team “Storytelling to Promote Action”

The Big One podcast team shares why they developed “The Big One: Your Survival Guide” and how storytelling can help compel people to take action and prepare for disasters.

ACP/NY Metro Chapter Announces July Meeting Topic

The New York City Metro ACP Chapter has announced that Ann Pickren, Chief Customer Officer for OnSolve, will be the featured speaker for its July 2022 online virtual meeting. Pickren’s …

Leave a Comment

Share to...