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Founded in: January 2005 Headquarters: Singapore Key People: Dr Goh Moh Heng Founder & President Website: http://www.bcm-institute.org Conference: http://www.worldcontinuitycongress.com

Business Continuity Management Institute or BCM Institute is a leading global Business Continuity Management (BCM), Crisis Management and Disaster Recovery (DR) Institute. Established in 2005, BCM Institute promotes and develops the disciplines of Business Continuity Management (BCM), Crisis Management, Crisis Communication and Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) for a variety of industries and clients around the world. Today, BCM Institute is the largest BCM practice in Asia Pacific.

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BCM Institute differentiates itself by having a pool of instructors who are highly regarded BC and DR professionals. It offers a wide range of quality BC, CC, CM and DR training solutions and BCM courses including the globally recognized accreditation.

In less than three years, BCM Institute has trained more than 3000 professionals and certified over 1500 professionals from 40 countries. They come from over 850 companies in industries ranging from Oil & Gas, Healthcare, Utilities, and Manufacturing, to Banking & Finance, Technology (IT) and Telecommunications.

With its Asia-Pacific operations headquartered in Singapore, BCM Institute has a growing global footprint with wholly owned offices in Malaysia and Thailand, and joint venture/representative offices globally. In 2013, BCM Institute is certified ISO22301 BCMS by DNV and award the National BCM Award by Singapore Business Federation (SBF).

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