Blog posts

Business continuity during transport disruptions

Jul 08, 2015 15:53 BST The Business Continuity Institute Tube strikes or any other form of transport network disruption are hardly unheard events so organizations should have business continuity plans in place to deal with such events, plans that deal with any disruption that inhibits the ability of staff to access their place of work. These plans don't even need to be that complicated.

Making the case for 'faster and fairer' business

Jul 08, 2015 14:59 BST Neopost Speaking at the Legatum Institute on June 23, in his first speech as Justice Secretary, Michael Gove outlined how he intends to deliver 'faster and fairer justice'. Implicit in his choice of words is the notion that faster does not, per se, mean fairer. In fact, it very often means the opposite.

Internship at the Business Continuity Institute

Jul 03, 2015 12:19 BST The Business Continuity Institute I found the internship at the Business Continuity Institute to be an invaluable experience in understanding the significance of a research position within an organisation.

Jul 01, 2015 12:37 BST Casual Dining Casual Dining show – the award winning trade event for the UK’s multiple restaurant and pub group sector.

It's not big and it's not clever!

Jun 29, 2015 09:56 BST The Business Continuity Institute In common with many industries, the business continuity world is awash with acronyms, abbreviations and jargon. And whilst this is all very well for your average business continuity manager or consultant when they’re speaking to another business continuity 'expert', actually most business users aren’t fluent in BCM-speak.

Jun 25, 2015 12:42 BST lunch! Following another incredible year in which lunch! won the prestigious Exhibition News Awards 2014 ‘Best Trade Show’ title and attracted record visitor figures. Check out the show video highlights for lunch! 2014.

See what visitors from the food-to-go industry thought of lunch! 2014

Jun 25, 2015 12:21 BST lunch!

​Hard wiring business continuity management

Jun 24, 2015 15:17 BST The Business Continuity Institute When an incident occurs in a vehicle, there are a number of 'hard wired' features that will automatically deploy. You don’t have to initiate a 'vehicular incident management plan', you don’t have to know how to deploy an airbag – it’s all built in and automatically activates when required. Is it possible to do this with aspects of our business continuity and incident response arrangements?

Neopost - Making Connections

Jun 22, 2015 15:44 BST Neopost When the two market leaders in an industry simultaneously unveil new brand identities, it is fair to assume that that industry is going through a process of reinvention. This is certainly true of the mailing industry, which for a number of years has been undergoing a change as organisations increasingly use digital channels as fast, flexible and economical alternatives to postal communications.

Royal Mail makes international mailing easier

Jun 17, 2015 16:00 BST Neopost Royal Mail’s new International Large Letter format for franking machines is packed with new features and makes it easier for companies to send deliveries overseas.