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Continuity Insights Management Conference

The Continuity Insights New York Conference has announced that registration is now open for this year’s event taking place October 21, 2019 at Credit Suisse, 11 Madison Avenue, in the heart of New York City. The expansive conference agenda, including speakers, sessions, and panel discussions, is now available to review and download here.

The 2019 conference is being held in partnership with the Contingency Planning Exchange (CPE), an organization for business continuity, disaster recovery, crisis, and emergency professionals, to create a comprehensive, single-day educational event.

Based on each organizations’ rich legacy of hosting annual conferences in New York, the partnership leverages their individual strengths in content creation, subject matter expertise, networking, and connection to distinct communities of resilience professionals. In addition, the conference will give these professionals access to an expanded showcase of cutting-edge products, services, technologies, and solutions.

All business continuity, disaster recovery, and other professionals in related industries and disciplines are welcome to register and attend the joint conference.

>>> VIEW THE OFFICIAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM HERE

This year’s program is devoted to delivering insight, inspiration, and actionable ideas to be presented by an innovative network of industry-leading business continuity and resiliency experts who have pioneered best practices within their own organizations.

These subject matter experts will provide insight on a host of today’s hot-button topics and issues, giving you the skills, methods, and tools needed to turn your operation into a front-line resilient environment. In addition, you’ll take advantage of key networking opportunities with your peers and review the latest products, software, and services in a relaxed setting.

Registration is now open here.

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