Deon Binneman Presenting at the BCI World Conference
Deon Binneman presenting a Reputation Protection keynote at the BCI World Conference in London with the opening question: “Why is Reputation like a Burning Flame?”
The BCI World 2017 was the world’s largest conference on Business Continuity.
I am proud to announce that I will deliver a keynote on How to Protect Reputation on Day 2 of the BCI World Conference and Exhibition 2017, 7th & 8th November 2017, Novotel London West, UK.
In my keynote, I will unpack for the audience not only WHY Reputation is a company’s most precious asset and most dangerous risk, but share some real lessons on WHY this asset must be protected at all cost.
The BCI World Conference & Exhibition is an absolute must-attend event for any Business Continuity or Resilience professional.
BCIWorld is organized by the Business Continuity Institute. Established in 1994, the BCI has established itself as the leading membership and certifying organization for Business Continuity professionals worldwide.
Check out what I bring to the table here.
||November 8, 2017
||10.00 - 10.30 a,m.
||How to Protect Reputation Keynote in London
||Novotel London West Hotel
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Powerlines Newsletter Nr. 111 is now available
My latest Powerlines newsletter Nr. 111 is now ready for your reading pleasure. Just download your free evaluation copy.
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