The BCI Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are a valuable resource and a significant benefit to BCI members to connect with other professionals who share their interests in specific areas of business continuity and resilience. These groups cover a wide range of topics and offer a space for members to share their expertise, discuss challenges, and gain insights into best practices.

Joining a SIG is an exclusive member benefit and provides members with an excellent opportunity to expand their knowledge and contribute to the industry. SIGs are open to all members who share the same interest and have a clearly defined focus. The leadership structure and criteria for leadership roles have been established to ensure that SIGs are managed efficiently and effectively.

By participating in a SIG, members can deepen their knowledge in a specific area, connect with other professionals, and contribute to the industry.

Special Interest Groups Terms of Reference (ToR)

To access our complete terms of reference and gain further insights, kindly download the document provided below.

BCI Special Interest Groups Terms of Reference.pdf


Types Of Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Group (SIG)

SIG Groups are formal and are designed to be output-focused, providing practical and tangible outcomes to members.

Special Interest Group Forum (SIF)

SIG Forums are focused on networking and discussion and are often time-bound and less formal.

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