Work Group

Business Services

Welcome to the Multi-Nation Business Continuity Task Force Business Services working group. This group is cross-sector, policy focused. The members of your working group together with their contact details are listed below. 

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Roles and Responsibilities

The Founding Secretariat will guide development of the following:

Stakeholder mapping exercise (Identify and build relationship with the correct stakeholders to drive policy discussions).

Development of defined objectives and engagement strategy.

Facilitate all internal meetings and manage all secretariat work and activities.

Engage key stakeholders

Facilitate all meetings between the business group and the government.

Public Relations.

The Industry Working Groups Chair(s) will guide development of the following:

Help the members organize, facilitate meetings internally (and with government entities when needed), define and build consensus for mutually beneficial policy suggestions.

Provide Industry guidance on how best to represent the most pressing concerns to governmental authorities.

Support all Working Group Meetings as non-biased Secretariat on issues and challenges members define.

Build consensus on most pressing issues.

Provide examples of global best practice for suggested policy through exploitation of the members global offices.

Business Services Work Group Members

Mark Bisch

Alexander Brexendorff

Alexander Brexendorff

Antoine Chamy

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Richard Ding

Dhia Hussain

Erich Konig

Erich Konig


Carol Milne

Nigel Pasea

Nigel Pasea

Shafiq Bhatti

Shafiq Rehman

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Abdul Hadi Shahid


Samir Ahmed Shahid


Ammar Ahmed Sheikh

Tarek Tamimi


Jade Wong


Sayed Asif Zaman


Business Services Discussion Forum

Welcome to the Task Force Forum for News, Updates and Meetings Minutes   This area is dedicated to internal communications between working group committee members. Please use this area to post meeting minutes, meeting dates and general discussion between group

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