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Interview With a Thought Leader: Allianz Global Investors

What better time than the new year for your organization to review and potentially improve its critical communications strategy? Or, for Send Word Now® to announce the return of its popular Interview with a Thought Leader webinar series?

The series begins on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 2:00 PM EST, when Jim Densmore, Vice President, Business Continuity Management for Allianz Global Investors, shares his experience, expertise and recommendations for better business resilience.

During this free online event, Jim will explain in detail many of the measures his organization has taken to address gaps in incident management, particularly in the area of critical communications. Time permitting, he will also take questions from webinar attendees at the end of the interview, which will be moderated by Lorin Bristow, Senior Vice President, Marketing, for Send Word Now.

Allianz Global Investors is a diversified active investment manager, overseeing $430B in assets for individuals, families and institutions worldwide. The company has offices in Asia, Europe and the United States. Jim, who has been in the IT industry for 30+ years, has worked in a variety of disciplines, including quality assurance, software development and project management. He has been at Allianz Global Investors for 18 years and moved into his role as Vice President of Business Continuity Management in 2011. Jim has an AMBCI certification from the Business Continuity Institute.

As an attendee of the one-hour webinar, you’ll learn first-hand how Jim and Allianz Global Investors have achieved:

– More mature and standardized business continuity processes
– Increased responsiveness of individual incident management teams
– Better communication with teams and employees

Everyone in attendance, novice to advanced in BC/DR and regardless of industry, will benefit from this unique opportunity.

Seats are limited, so REGISTER now!