Without Warning: Preparing Your Business for the Unexpected
One year after a hurricane hit New York City, 90 percent of affected businesses still needed financing to cover operations or reposition their business. And you could find similar stories across the country. Develop a business continuity plan (BCP) now, before an unexpected disaster may hit your business.
In about five minutes, this quick blue cast will outline some of the potential disasters that could affect your small businesses, both natural and man-made, and how to address them.
Here’s What You’ll Learn
- How to assess the risk to your business
- Tips for protecting your vital data
- How to handle a disaster when it occurs
- How bad management can be a disaster