Registration Open for ACP's 2018 Conference: Shaping Careers, Advancing Resilience

Registration is now open for ACP's 2018 Conference Shaping Careers, Advancing Resilience on Sunday, February 11 at the Gaylord Opreyland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, TN. 

Join your colleagues for a full day of networking and educational programs to help you as a practitioner, chapter leader, ACP member and professional. Our preliminary program includes sessions on:

  • 7 Steps to Practitioner Excellence
  • 7 Steps to Building a Rock Solid Resilient Enterprise
  • Presenting to the Board: How to be a Highly Successful Presenter

Plus, peer to peer discussions, chapter success model, industry trends, the job market and more to come. Register now to join your colleagues in Nashville on February 11! Like our 2017 event, Shaping Careers, Advancing Resilience will precede DRI2018, February 12-14 at the same location.


Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) fosters the growth of the business continuity industry through its network of industry experts, education, and the exchange of information and best practices.

ACP members help facilitate the timely resumption of business operations at acceptable levels following significant interruptions.

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