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Continuity Insights has announced that The BC Mindset for Addressing Unknown Business Disruptions will be the featured topic during next installment of its critically-acclaimed webinar series scheduled for Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. ET.

In this new webinar we’re going to ask a crucial question that addresses the unknown – “Does the data that you meticulously gathered and the disruptive scenarios you prepared for fall short of matching the event that disrupts your businesses functions?”

There is no simple answer, the resulting scenario can leave you scrambling to find an effective way to ensure that your critical operations can continue.

During the webinar we’ll help you consider your audience and the types of questions that illicit helpful information in order to build a plan that is flexible in execution allowing you to adapt recovery efforts to the actual business disruption.

We’ll be joined by Bill Morris, Senior BC Product Consultant, and Rebecca Wein, Marketing Manager, Virtual Corporation, for an insightful discussion on finding the most effective way to ensure that your critical operations never miss a beat.

Registration for The BC Mindset for Addressing Unknown Business Disruptions is now open here.

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