By:  Carol Nibley

Take a moment to answer the following questions—and possibly save your business:

  1. Do you have a plan in place to replace every key employee in your company?
  2. Is your technology backed up regularly and stored in at least one different location?
  3. Could your business operations continue if an earthquake, fire, or other disaster made it impossible to work in one of your locations?
  4. Have you purchased adequate insurance coverage? (Do you know what “adequate” really is?)
  5. Is your building secure?

Business continuity planning is often overlooked as small-business owners deal with the important demands of each day. Any number of unexpected situations could arise that would immediately change how a business functions . . . at best. Unfortunately, some never survive serious challenges.
Here are a few suggestions to consider as you evaluate the risks to your businesses:

Bottom Line: Make business continuity planning an important part of your long-term success strategy for success.


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