Hebcon Conference 2020

 

The HEBCoN Team are delighted to announce that the 2020 conference will take place in Liverpool .

Things To Do in Liverpool

Where to start? There’s so much to do in Liverpool city region, the only problem might be deciding exactly what to do first.

Cultural capital, birthplace of The Beatles Liverpool has world-class attractions, a proud sporting history and beautiful outdoor spaces  including Royal Albert Dock- located on Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage Site waterfront, independent eateries, boutiques and museums, house within this iconic collection of buildings.

We will bring a host of new speakers and a variety of oppportunites for you to network and discover Liverpool.

 

HEBCoN Exec team

New Treasurer

The Executive team are delighted to announce the new Treasurer of HEBCoN.

Alan Cowen of University of Brighton was previously the Treasurer for USHA and will be taking over from David Balme.

We would like to welcome him to the team and hope that you will all get to meet him at the Conference next year.

 

Membership Fees 2018/9

Time flies…

It’s that time of year again when membership fees are due.

By joining HEBCoN your institution will benefit from the following:

Sharing information and expertise with a national network of business continuity professionals. Attendance at HEBCoN regional meetings. Attendance at regional business continuity training events. The opportunity to attend the HEBCoN Annual Conference. Access to a library of resources including plans and training slides. Access to a bank of full time business continuity professionals in the academic sector. Access to the HEBCoN email distribution group. Discounts offered through partners and other companies.

To pay go to our Members’ Benefits page.