Well, it's that that time of year again. Time for some business planning for 2023. I am guessing there are not too many business owners who planned the 2020 pandemic in their business plan. But at least they had a business plan.
Next week, I'll give you an outline to follow for business planning.
This week I want to talk more about Business Resiliency and Disaster Preparedness.
More people are looking at incorporating business resiliency and disaster preparedness. I would love to introduce you to Erika Andresen who can talk with you about doing as much or as little as you need.
She loves working with business owners on securing their assets with a plan so they can survive disruptions and thrive in the aftermath. The business will develop a business continuity plan via learning how to do tailored risk assessment and business impact analysis. Erika and her company, EaaS will then work that plan through trainings and exercise creation and facilitation to determine the plan's viability. EaaS leaves businesses better able to resume operations quickly when risk management fails.
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