It takes a lot of money and manpower to bring a business back online following a massive natural disaster – such as Sandy, Harvey or Irma – but it can be just as challenging to reopen after a localized incident like a fire or flood. When it comes to prepping your business to survive a disaster, you should probably keep this old sport adage in mind: The best defense is a good offense.
Getting your professional house in order takes time, but the sooner you get started, the more prepared your business will be if disaster strikes. Since many companies don’t know where to begin with disaster planning, we tapped a few industry experts to curate five of the best disaster planning tips for small businesses.
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