Disaster Recovery Journal Launches DRJ Spring 2021: A New Era of Resiliency

The conference launches after a widely successful virtual event which included more than 1,000 attendees and nearly 10,000 public conversations

ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#BCDR--Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ), the world's leading resource for managing risk and business resilience, has officially announced the launch of DRJ Spring 2021: A New Era of Resiliency. The conference will take place March 28-31, 2021, both virtually and in-person in Orlando, Fla.

The four-day event will feature more than 65 sessions, workshops and executive roundtables, more than 85 expert speakers, networking meals and hospitality events, product demonstrations, and more than 80 exhibitor booths. The virtual option is being provided in recognition that many professionals may continue to face travel restrictions next year, but still need access to the latest knowledge, tools, and resources in managing risk and building resiliency.

Attendees will have the opportunity to gain up to 65 continuing education credits throughout the conference. More than 60 companies are expected to partner with DRJ to provide attendees with cutting edge solutions to managing risk.

“As we experienced during our recent DRJ fall conference, the pandemic and its subsequent impact has brought our community together to share knowledge and overcome new challenges together,” said DRJ President Bob Arnold. “We’re providing a place that allows anyone who’s managing risk today to get expert advice and hands-on practical support.”

DRJ Director of Events Lesley Vinyard is looking to confirm speakers for DRJ Spring 2021: A New Era of Resiliency. She has issued a call for papers for the event. Potential speakers have until Nov. 2 to submit an abstract. If interested, please submit a synopsis here: https://drj.com/call-for-papers-spring-2021/

To learn more, visit www.drj.com/spring2021.

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DRJ is the industry’s largest resource for business continuity, disaster recovery, crisis communication, and risk management, reaching a global network of more than 138,000 professionals. Offering weekly webinars, the latest industry news, blogs, rules and regulations, podcasts, an official mentoring program, a quarterly magazine, and two annual live conferences, DRJ is leading the way to keep professionals up-to-date and connected in an ever-changing world. Our mission is to give business continuity professionals the insight, information, and inspiration they need to make smarter decisions concerning the overall protection of their organization. Subscribe or follow us on social media today. For more information about Disaster Recovery Journal, visit www.drj.com.


Jon Seals
Disaster Recovery Journal