From small, niche consultancies to some of the world’s largest organizations, our corporate partners are at the forefront of business continuity and resilience. Join us to enjoy exclusive partner-only benefits.
How can you show customers and key stakeholders that you’re prepared for anything, without sharing the details of your plans? Royal Mail did so by taking on the BCI Premium Gold partnership.
Our involvement with the BCI keeps us abreast of latest issues, business continuity threats and industry thinking. This provides the level of comfort and assurance our customers are seeking as part of their supply chain governance process.
As an industry leader, it’s important for us to support the BCI. Through our relationship, many of our employees have become Affiliate members and benefit individually from an industry perspective on the issues and challenges our customers face.
Ahold Delhaize has a Corporate Partnership with the BCI to get access to the latest knowledge, insights in new trends and technologies, and industry best practices that will benefit not only our business Continuity Management professionals, but moreover, will support the overall strategic objectives of the company in getting better every day in fulfilling its promises to customers.
PwC is a founding partner for the BCI's partnership programme. At the outset, we believed that it was important to support the institute that represents our practitioners, and to reinvest in the industry. We wanted to encourage debate and initiatives that move the industry forward in a changing world. This remains as true today as it was then.
The BCI has excellent value for money exhibition packages and other opportunities and by renewing its membership annually, Cyta has improved its competitive advantage through customer loyalty and satisfaction as a reliable Telecom Operator.
BCI Corporate membership enables nogaholding and its portfolio to work more closely with the BCI to help raise the profile of BCM as a discipline and to promote the highest standards of professional competence in BCM within the companies: the BCI campaigns to ensure that BCM is viewed and adopted as a key management discipline.
Zurich Insurance really value their partnership with the BCI for a number of reasons. In particular, they are delighted with how they have worked together for the last 8 years in respect of the Supply Chain Resilience Study. This has provided significant risk insights to practitioners and helped them understand the areas they need to focus on in terms of supply chain resilience.
The Premium package is for large organizations with more than 250 employees.
The Standard package is for organizations employing fewer than 250 employees.
The Associate package is for small companies and not-for-profit organisations with fewer than 25 employees.