Trending #ISO22301 – A Webinar that Mattered

Last week, Fusion and Continuity Insights presented a very successful webinar with more than 230 people registered. David Nolan discussed his perspectives on standards in the past, what makes ISO 22301 different, and how you can gain the most business value possible. It is important to make decisions that are best for you and your company, and David explains how to make this standard work in your best interest, rather than simply jumping on the bandwagon or ignoring it. This unique perspective paired with insight into the business case for standards resulted in an effective and informative webinar.

We are very proud of how well received this session was among the attendees:

“I thought the information was spot on and well presented.”

“I agree that he is right on the mark regarding the ISO 22301 standard for BC/DR.”

“I very much enjoyed his presentation and presentation style; very clear and engaging.”

“Very well done.”

“Really enjoyed the discussion.”

“Good stuff!”

“Thank you for time well spent in my day.”

A big thank you to everyone who attended and shared their experience with us. Want to see what all the fuss is about? Read David’s blog post “22301 – The Tipping Point for BC Standards.” After you do that, contact lnolan@fusionrm.com for a copy of the presentation slides and/or recording of the session. Lots of valuable information for you!

David is also preparing for another presentation, this time in person at Continuity Insights Chicago. Register here for the event and don’t miss his session, “Making Social Media Work For Your BC Program” at 11:00 am on Tuesday, June 18th.

As always, make sure you are connected with Fusion on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. If you have something to say about this or similar topics, request to join our group, BCM Innovators.

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