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Webinar | Business Continuity Management (BCM) – Concept, Implementation, and Lessons Learned

May 7 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


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SwissCham South-West China is delighted to invite you to 


Dear members and friends of SwissCham South-West China,

SwissCham China will organize a webinar on May 7th, Thursday at 4 pm.

The Covid-19 pandemic took most companies by surprise, even those who experienced SARS. This crisis came faster, harder, and will most likely last longer. Business Continuity Management is best suited to prepare organizations for a crisis – however, many organizations have spent little to no time on it.

BCM involves defining any and all risks that can affect the company’s operations, making it an important part of the organization’s risk management strategy. Risks may include natural disasters such as fire, flood, or pandemic outbreak such as SARS, COVID-19, and cyber-attacks. Once the risks are identified, the plan should also include:

  • Determining how those risks will affect operations
  • Implementing safeguards and procedures to mitigate the risks
  • Testing procedures to ensure they work
  • Reviewing the process to make sure that it is up to date

BCM’s are an important part of any business. Threats and disruptions mean a loss of revenue and higher costs, which leads to a drop in profitability. And businesses can’t rely on insurance alone because it doesn’t cover all the costs and the customers who move to the competition. This one-hour webinar introduces BCM, implementation, and execution, as well as lessons learned.

We are looking forward to welcoming to join us for this insightful webinar on May 7th, Thursday at 4pm, and remain at your disposal should you have any further questions.

Best regards,

Your SwissCham Team



  • Welcome and introduction
  • Goal, basic concept, and implementation cycle
  • Crisis curve and related BCM responses before, during, and after the crisis
  • Prerequisites, success factors, and lessons learned

SPEAKER / 演讲嘉宾

Iwan Wuelser

Iwan Wuelser from Switzerland is an expert in digital transformation, organizational development, change management, personal-, leadership-, and team development and training. His work experience over 20 years includes multinational companies, small and medium enterprises. Iwan’s consulting and facilitation and training experience and practice in different countries consist of broad coverage from leadership- to team development as well as personal development. Intercultural diversity is vital in his work. As an entrepreneur in China since 2018, his passion is to help organizations meet the challenges of digitalization, diversity, and globalization.




DATE & TIME / 时间

Thursday May 7th, 2020

16h00 – 17h00 (China Time)

Online Webinar – Zoom

English / 英语

COST / 费用

Members/会员: 50 RMB

Get 2 tickets for 80 RMB 



RSVP: Please register at the following email address until Tuesday May 5th.


This webinar requires prepayment.

In case you need to cancel your attendance to the event, please write an email to
at least 24 hours prior to the event. Failure to cancel your RSVP timely will require the payment of a “no show bill” of the full amount stated in this invitation.  You can reach us as well by telephone:
+86 23 6341 8857



May 7
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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