DRJ Fall World 2009
- Published on February 25, 2009
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Fall World 2009 Attendees Discovered Solutions for Tough Problems
Tough challenges are everywhere in today’s business continuity world. How can you tackle the problems and find solutions that count? Attendees at Fall World 2009 know the answer. They discovered easy solutions, new methods and technologies during the show, Sept. 13-16 in San Diego, Calif. The three-day conference kicked off with workshops and a welcome reception and continued with general sessions, breakout tracks, hospitalities, an exhibit hall and much more.
Industry experts led the general sessions and covered such diverse topics as avoiding BC program pitfalls, emergency management principals, pandemics, communications and the financial crisis. Attendees left with valuable insight into building a stronger business continuity program and mitigating risks.
Breakout tracks and workshops allowed attendees to focus on subjects of their choice. This customized schedule gave each attendee an opportunity to delve into topics that matter the most for their organization’s needs.
A conference highlight was the Casino Night Hospitality on Monday evening. Gold Sponsor SunGard Availability Services hosted the event. Attendees were able to mingle in a relaxed environment while enjoying food, drinks and a variety of casino games. Attendees made valuable networking contacts during this event, including speakers and vendors who were in attendance.
The exhibit hall was also a popular spot for networking. Attendees were able to visit with vendors and view the latest products and services. Product demonstrations, receptions and refreshment breaks were held in the exhibit hall as well, making it a fun place for everyone to visit.
The information learned at Fall World 2009 will remain beneficial to the attendees and their organizations for years to come. Each attendee left with complete conference material, allowing them to share with team members and build a stronger business continuity program. Attendee comments after the show verified their satisfaction with the show, calling it an extreme success in providing information and networking opportunities.
Continuity planners have a chance to experience all that a DRJ conference offers again in March 2010. The show, Spring World 2010, will be held March 21-24 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Fla. This exciting show promises to deliver incredible networking and learning opportunities for everyone in attendance. Low registration fees are available now. For more information, visit www.drj.com.
The World's #1 Conference Dedicated to Business Continuity
Dear Continuity Planner,
When we plan our conference, our most important consideration is our attendees. Our goal is, and always has been, to provide the best conference possible at the lowest cost.
Why Attend This Conference? The conference is the place to learn new skills or fine tune your skills, tackle new subjects, network with peers, learn the latest in disaster recovery or business continuity information and find solutions!
We are committed to all of this and more. You’ll gain insight into recent trends, meet industry leaders and learn leadership and team-building skills. The five-day conference is loaded with learning opportunities, including workshops, mock disaster, general sessions, breakout sessions and much more. Available at one low cost, this conference is the industry’s meeting place.
Recent events have shown that we need to be prepared for anything! The emergence of the H1N1 flu outbreak brought pandemic preparedness to the forefront. No matter how the current cases evolve, it is a reminder that we must stay vigilant and be prepared for pandemics and much more.
Fall World 2009 will feature several sessions on pandemic planning including General Session 4 and Workshop Session 3. Our other sessions also will focus on timely topics. You will find sessions on industry regulations, communications, BIAs, insurance and much more. Browse the brochure and pick the ones that will benefit you the most.
The Monday Night Hospitality will be sponsored by SunGard Availability Services. Be sure to attend for fun and networking! Make plans now to attend the world’s largest conference dedicated to business continuity. Early registration discounts are only available for a short time. Don’t miss your chance to get the lowest price in the industry! See page 17 for registration details.
I look forward to seeing you in San Diego.
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We are tackling the topics that matter most for your organization. Our expert lineup of speakers will give you information, advice and tips you can implement immediately. Return to your organization with a wealth of information that could save your company hundreds of dollars or more. The low cost of registration will pay for itself over and over as you learn from the best in the industry. Visit with expert speakers, network with peers and consult with vendors. You can do it all at Fall World 2009 for one low registration fee.
Why Attend Fall World 2009?
2. Customize your schedule to include workshops, mock exercises, general sessions, classes and more.
3. Network with hundreds of others in the industry.
4. Learn how to do more with less. Discover ways to deal with budget and staffing cuts.
5. Protect your organization in the toughest times with tips from experts.
6. View the exhibition hall. Find hundreds of services, wares and products.
7. Attend pre or post conference courses. Renew a certification, learn a new skill, earn a specialized certification.
8. Registration fees are lower than any conference in the industry. 9. Get complete conference materials you can share with others!
10. Enjoy receptions, the cyber city and more. Attendees also receive complimentary breakfasts and lunches on three days of the conference as well as refreshment breaks.