Milton Keynes Business Resilience Forum

Our ambition is to make Milton Keynes the most resilient city in the UK

Milton Keynes Business Resilience Forum (MKBRF)

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MKBRF was founded by Milton Keynes Council 2007. It's aim was to raise awareness of business continuity and wider resilience issues to local organisations.  Our membership now has nearly 300 individuals from organisations represented by the private, public and voluntary sectors in Milton Keynes - and beyond!

Membership of MKBRF is FREE!  Contact us to find out more about membership and upcoming events in your area.

We offer a range of activities, events, exercises and networking opportunities.  There is an active LinkedIn Group for discussions and Twitter feed for keeping up to date with current MKBRF activities (see links on this page). There is also a Members newsletter and informal mentoring.    In addition, we are able to signpost to useful guidance documents, templates and publications.  

Everybody needs a bit of help now and then. If you wish to explore or build your business resilience capability and if your organisation falls within an MK postcode, the MKBRF mentoring scheme can put you in touch with experienced individuals who may be able to provide support, advice and informal mentoring.

Our MKBRF events feature industry experts, professionals and representatives from the emergency services.  As well as highlighting the vast benefits of resilience within an organisation, events have included presentations, interactive simulations, plan exercising and training covering areas such as incident recognition, developing effective business continuity management, pandemic/flu, counter terrorism, human aspects, communications and the media, major incident impacts and supply chain resilience.  

 

 Throughout all the work that we do with MKBRF, the Council are striving to make Milton Keynes the most resilient city in the UK, and a great place to do business. 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 10 August 2020