DRI2014 Wants YOU: Top 5 Reasons to Attend

We don’t call the DRI 2014 Conference “the premier industry event for business continuity professionals” for nothing. 

This year’s program was specially designed to give attendees a chance to truly dig into hot-button supply chain and risk management with two intensive interactive tracks, while offering event experiences any visitor can enjoy.

Still on the fence about setting aside May 18-21? Here are 5 great reasons to join us:

  1. Hear Some Big Ideas. DRI2014 is host to some of the top industry experts and thought leaders in the field. Case in point: Anheuser Busch’s Shekar Natajaran, a visionary thought leader so in demand that he only agrees to two or three talks a year — and we’ve got him.
  2. Shake Some Hands. Whether they’re coming from government, commercial, industrial and institutional sectors, everyone attending has something to teach and something to learn from each other. DRI2014’s a fantastic place to start networking with your colleagues to create a strong, globally connected community of professionals — especially at our black tie gala and awards ceremony. But before you shake any hands …
  3. Get Your Hands Dirty! DRI’s Volunteer Days are a huge hit for business continuity pros looking to get their hands dirty for a good cause (while earning CEAPs along the way). Full-day and half-day options let you offer as much time as you want with Habitat for Humanity and local food banks.
  4. Earn Your Stripes. Our educational tracks aren’t for passive listeners — they’re your opportunity to actively earn CEAPs(Continuing Education Activity Points) to keep up with your professional education.
  5. Get a Taste of the City. Food, sports, culture, history, oddities, shopping and more — our host city of Atlanta has something for every out-of-towner’s interests.

 

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