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Business Risk Seminar

July 11, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am

Crisis management – why it matters and where to start.

  • Crisis vs normal work drama
  • Barriers
  • What do strong organisations look like
  • Good and bad examples
  • Business continuity – what is it and where to start.

In this discussion, Nick Moon, Managing Director of Applied Resilience, discusses the characteristics that make organisations, large and small, resilient to a crisis, as well as where and why many fail. He also gives a simple guide to starting a business continuity planning, an increasingly important and expected system, cutting through the jargon and separating the ‘must do’s’ from the ‘nice to have’s’.

Nick has been the Managing Director of Applied Resilience, since its foundation in 2014. Nick has managed large and diverse risk areas from environmental hazards to counter terrorism, as well as being heavily involved in high profile planning and incidents, including the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, international emergency planning exercises and the Local Authority tactical lead for the severe flooding of 2014 response and recovery. Applied Resilience works with several local authorities, schools and businesses to help prepare them for any major disruptive event.


0800 – 0830 hrs – breakfast and networking

0830 – 0900 hrs – seminar

0915 – 1030 hrs – individual 15 min Business slots for Businesses that wish to consult with Nick*.

*These will need to be booked in advance (book seminar and chosen clinic under ‘register’ on eventbrite).


July 11, 2018
8:30 am - 10:30 am


BASE Bordon Innovation Centre
Broxhead House Louisburg Barracks, 60 Barbados Road
Bordon, GU35 0FX United Kingdom
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+44 1420 550980
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Oxford Innovation
01865 261 480
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