DAIC & DHTA host Business Continuity and Resilience series to support local private sector

In strengthening the resilience of the Private Sector in Dominica, there are key areas for enhancement that have been identified. The Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce (DAIC) and the Dominica Hotel and Tourism Association (DHTA) are collaborating on a Business Continuity and Resilience Three-part Series to provide insight on how the private sector and key stakeholders can strengthen their actions to improve their resilience. This three-part virtual series takes place on June 8th, 16th and 30th from 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM via Zoom.

The first session brings together practitioners in the insurance industry to speak to Insurance for Business Continuity and Resilience. This session will explore key terms and concepts relevant to the Private Sector as well as different types of insurance that need to be considered by the private sector in mitigating their risk through insurance.

The second session focuses on Building Resilience and Optimizing Security for Private Sector’s Physical and Digital Infrastructure. Experts in physical and digital security will share best practices to be considered by our private sector, options for managing business security risk, trends and developments in business security, among other key considerations.

The third session includes key national partners in the management of Dominica’s Disaster Risk to share on the topic, Leveraging Partnerships in Dominica for Optimal Disaster Risk Management. This session will explore important partnerships for the private sector in building resilience, key considerations in building resilience among national partners, and global partnerships that support Dominica’s general and Private Sector resilience.

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