- 01 World Continuity Congress Malaysia 2013
- 02 MTE Malaysia Jul 02, 2013
- 03 MTE Singapore Jun 28, 2013
- 04 MTE Philippines Jun 20, 2013
- 05 World Continuity Congress Singapore 2013
- 06 Meet The Expert Malaysia 18 Mar 2013
- 07 Meet The Expert Philippines 8 Mar 2013
- 08 MTE Singapore Feb 1, 2013
- 09 Meet The Expert Vietnam 7 Dec 2012
- 10 Meet The Expert Singapore 23 Nov 2012
- 11 Meet The Expert Malaysia 20 Sep 2012
- 12 Meet The Expert Singapore 14 Sep 2012
- 13 Meet The Expert Philippines 7 Sep 2012
- 14 Meet The Expert Singapore 23 Jul 2012
- 15 World Continuity Congress Malaysia 2012
- 16 Meet The Expert Singapore 29 June 2012
- 17 Meet The Expert India 28 June 2012
- 18 World Continuity Congress Thailand 2012
- 19 Meet The Expert Malaysia 25 Apr 2012
- 20 World Continuity Congress Singapore 2012
- 21 Meet the Experts Malaysia
- 22 Meet the Experts Thailand 28 Feb 2012
- 23 Meet-The-Experts India 18 January 2012
- 24 Meet-The-Experts Singapore - 13 January 2012
- 25 Press Release for Launch of Auditor Certification Courses
- 26 BCM Planning Methodology
Singapore, 16 April 2013 – BCM Institute drew more than 200 senior business continuity and disaster recovery professionals from all over the Asia to gather for an annual World Continuity Congress Singapore 2013, themed "Building Resilience Through Crisis Management & Communication" at Resorts World Convention Centre.
The 360-degree outlook of the conference impressed speakers and guests. These are the feedbacks that were provided by our delegates:
- "Very good topics covered. Generally speakers were knowledgeable and delivered presentations well."
- "The speakers were experienced and provided a lot of insights."
- "Very satisfied."
This year's conference featured speakers who engaged delegates with a variety of topics within Business Continuity Management, Disaster Recovery and Crisis Management including Pulau Bukom Fire (Case Study), Aligning Risk Management and Business Continuity Management, The wisdom of the masses, Preparing for The Next Pandemic, Crisis Management in the Supply Chain Industry and others. In panel discussions and interactive discussions the delegates focused on the Challenges and Opportunities for Business Continuity, Crisis and Risk Management in Today's Business Environment and discussed in depth on forward-thinking solutions for tail risks, communication, reputation loss, current economic drivers affecting business continuity, and regulatory reforms of standards and legislation. Delegates took the opportunity to interact and discuss in an open and forthright manner.
In the WCC SG 2013, delegates took the opportunity to visit exhibition booths, which offered a variety of BC, DR & CM related products and services.We recorded an increase in the overall quality of the event, meeting most of the expectations of the exhibitors, visitors and organizers.
The 13th WCC played an integral part in bringing together premier supporting sponsors, and provided a rich platform for networking and sharing of ideas. With participation from nine different organizations, the event attracted an approximate total of 200 visitors and showcased some of the latest BCM services and products on a single platform.
We would like to thank our sponsors, exhibitors and participants for your on-going support and contributions to the success of WCC SG 2013!
|Singapore, Thursday, 24 January 2013 - BCM Institute was recognised for its commitment towards building business resilience at the National Business Continuity Management Awards 2013. This event, organised by the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) and supported by SPRING Singapore, serve to recognise recipients for their ability to instil consumer confidence and their contribution towards Singapore's reputation for reliable and quality goods and services.||
Dear Colleagues, Friends and Partners,
2012 has been a long year as most economies are hampered with the Euro and US financial difficulties and both disasters and crises continues to increase in its numbers and magnitude throughout 2012, notably Hurricane Sandy (US) and Typhoon Bopha (Philippines). As we reached the end of 2012 and it is a good time, as crisis management, business continuity and disaster recovery professionals, to reflect on the challenges of the past year. BCM Institute is glad to have served you and your team members in your education and professional certification needs. As for our partners, we just want to extend a warm thank you for your continued support in our efforts to evangelize this movement of being more resilient.
Encouraged by your support, we have increase our efforts in 2013 to reach out to the community through a series of Asian conferences starting with World Continuity Congress or WCC 2012 in Resort World Sentosa, Singapore in April 16, followed by WCC Thailand, WCC Philippines and WCC Malaysia. Our regular Meet-the Expert (MTE) seminars have also now expanded to Vietnam, Philippines and Indonesia.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank our clients, staff, business partners and associates, and you for your friendship and support through all these years that we have known you. The institute will move to the next level of servicing its clients through the launch of its crisis management professional training and certification series.
On behalf of the Board of Advisors, volunteer members of the committees, our instructional team and the BCM Institute's global team, we would like to wish you a joyful festive season and a fruitful 2013.
Best wishes. Dr Goh Moh Heng and the Team from BCM Institute
Manila, Philippines 7 September 2012 - Following the success of the first run of BCM-300: Implementing BCM in the Philippines, BCM Institute conducted again the training and certification preparatory course in Business Continuity Management (BCM) last September 5-6 at Asian Institute of Management Conference Center Manila. There were 16 managers and executives from top corporations in PH who attended the course.As BCM Institute aligned its courses to support the new ISO 22301 Standard for BCMS, the second batch of BCM-330: ISO 22301 BCMS Implementer class in Philippines was among the first BCM classes wherein the new ISO Standard were already integrated in the BCM-330 courseware. Dr. Goh Moh Heng, President of BCM Institute, conducted the lecture and workshop during the two-day training course. On September 7, the students took the Business Continuity Certified Specialist (BCCS) exam for certification.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 3 July 2012 – BCM Institute drew more than 200 senior business continuity and disaster recovery professionals from all over the Asia to gather for an annual World Continuity Congress, themed “Integrating Crisis Management and Business Continuity In A Changing World” at The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur.
The World Continuity Congress (WCC) is an annual event hosted by BCM Institute to keep Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) professionals abreast of developments related to business disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. This event features prominently in the BCM annual calendar and provides a platform for practitioners from different industries to come together to exchange ideas, experience and information.
This year, the 12th World Continuity Congress highlighted a number of keynote speakers and fellow BCM practitioners from around the world. Coming together to discuss and share their experiences with delegates on economical and business issues in this ever changing world.
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