Welcome back to the 12th BCI Australasia Summit 2018
Date: 30th - 31st July 2018
The 2 - day premier event in the Asia Pacific region for Business Continuity and Resilience. Previously attracting over 170 attendees each year, the 2018 programme has been designed for BC Professionals of all levels to explore regional solutions to global problems across both days. Split into two streams, the diverse programme offers delegates full flexibility when planning their itinerary to achieve exactly what they want from the summit.
Two clear streams will run through the summit; both will include sessions aimed at all levels of Business Continuity and Resilience professionals from beginner to advanced, contain case studies of successes (or failures) as well as presentations focussed on emerging issues and future trends. The streams will have a focus on collaboration with other disciplines, which is the theme for this year’s Business Continuity Awareness Week.
This stream is focused on practical advice and key technical aspects of business continuity and resilience. This stream reflects on the ‘how to’ and will help develop skills and methodologies that may be implemented immediately. This stream will be interspersed with elements of aspirations within the actions stream providing space for thought leadership and consider what influences of the 'how to' today and what opportunities are there to meet the future challenges to ensure continued resilience.
This stream is focused on shared experiences, case studies and reviewing current practices with an eye on improvement and consolidation. This may be based on personal experiences or events, considering the challenges facing the modern business continuity resilience professional. This stream will be interspersed with elements of aspirations within the approaches stream providing space for thought leadership and consider what influences of the 'current practices' and what opportunities are there to consider where resilience is heading.
Sydney Masonic Centre in Sydney CBD
Regarded as one of Sydney's most architecturally significant buildings and a prime example of the 'Brutalistic' style, designed by Joseland Gilling.
SMC Conference & Function Centre is one of Australia’s premier event venues. Inside this striking architectural icon SMC manages 16 fully accessible event spaces that can cater for small workshops and training sessions, lavish conferences, VIP dinners and cocktail events.
Having earned a reputation for delivering innovative event solutions, SMC regularly plays host to politicians, international luminaries, charitable institutions and some of Australia’s most high-profile organisations.