One of the first things you need when starting a business is a plan. Your business plan serves as your guidebook for business success. The same type of logic applies to a business disaster plan. If you have to close your doors after an emergency or a natural disaster, you’ve got a short amount of time to communicate effectively with your staff, customers, vendors, and the media. Precise, effective communication—within your organization, and out to the public—is vital for a smooth recovery. This is where your disaster...
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