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Plan B becomes Business Continuity Institute Corporate Partner

Plan B becomes Business Continuity Institute Corporate Partner

“We are looking forward to getting more involved in the BCI’s programmes going forward."

Business Continuity specialists Plan B has become an official Partner of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI).

According to the Auckland-based cloud company, the new relationship provides “excellent opportunities” to network with peers internationally and become more involved to help build programmes in the region.

The BCI works with organisations to raise the profile of Business Continuity Management and promote best practice, with their Corporate Partnership programme operating since 2007 and currently has over 100 Corporate Partners from across the globe.

“We are looking forward to getting more involved in the BCI’s programmes going forward,” says Juan van Tonder, Business Continuity Consultant, Plan B.

“And encouraging Business Continuity best practice in New Zealand organisations.”

Plan B has attended and hosted regional BCI networking events through its individual members, and was short-listed for two BCI Australasia awards earlier this year.


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