Welcome to Merrycon

Providing Business Continuity products and services.  

Business Continuity enables an organisation to keep operating and delivering its products and services. It provides a framework for building resilience, giving an organisation the capability for an effective response to events that might threaten it. 

Merrycon offers a refreshing approach to Business Continuity that applies both practicality and pragmatism to the work, ensuring that your organisation implements solutions appropriate to its needs and resources quickly, easily, and at an affordable price.

Based on the edge of the English Lake District, in Kendal, Merrycon provides Business Continuity products and services to all types and sizes of organisation throughout the world.

Merrycon’s products and services are provided through its principal consultant, Mel Gosling, and a network of associates, all of whom are qualified Business Continuity practitioners with many years of experience, delivering cost effective solutions that are tailored to the needs of individual clients.

All too often, the time, complexity, and cost of introducing Business Continuity Management (BCM) and developing contingency plans are seen as disproportionate to the benefit. To overcome these obstacles, Merrycon provides a package of structured consultancy and software aimed at enabling organisations to introduce BCM and deploy effective plans quickly, easily, and at an affordable price. 

The package is used in a five-stage process that follows the Good Practice Guidelines for BCM published by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), and which provides the necessary support for those organisations looking to be compliant with Business Continuity standards such as ISO 22301. 

 Why Business Continuity 

All organisations, be they a small corner shop, a large company, a government department, or a charity, are continually faced with decisions about how their resources should be deployed, and quite rightly ask the question “Why should we invest in Business Continuity?” This paper explains why it is so important, and why an organisation should devote scarce
resources to Business Continuity.

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