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Supply Chain Business Continuity Planning Webinar

A big thank you to Ralph Petti for delivering this month's webinar on Supply Chain Business Continuity Planning and how critical it is for the SMB Market.

Thank you to those who joined us for the webinar, we hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did.

To view the recording, please click on the YouTube video below.

Our next webinar will be part of BCI Education Month and will take place on Friday 22nd September at 11am. Chris Rhodes and Gordon Brown, from PlanB Consulting, will be presenting the webinar, titled "Out with the old, in with the new: Changing perceptions of Business Continuity". Sign up to attend by clicking here.

If you have any feedback or requests for particular topics to be covered in future webinars, please send them to the email address below. We would also be happy to hear from those who are interested in being featured in our Ask The Expert webinars.

We look forward to meeting with you in the future.

Kind regards,

The BC Training Team

For all webinar enquiries, please contact: rebecca@b-c-training.co.uk

Ralph Petti's details:
Continuity Dynamics, Inc.
US Toll-free:  888.977.7475
International:  908.310.6381
Ralph.Petti@ContinuityDynamics.com
www.ContinuityDynamics.com

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