Small Business and Startups: Prepare For the Worst

Small Business and Startups: Prepare For the Worst Avatar Posted by RossKimbarovsky under Strategy
From http://blog.crowdspring.com 1004 days ago
Made Hot by: techmedia on May 16, 2013 12:41 pm
74% of small businesses do not have a disaster plan and 84% don’t even carry insurance against natural events. Preparing for a disaster is a simply matter of reviewing your vulnerabilities, developing a detailed plan, and training your employees for the inevitable. Here are 8 thoughts on what you can do to prepare your business for emergencies of all stripes.



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Written by tiroberts
1001 days ago

It's always important to be as prepared as possible for unforeseen occurrences in your business. It's even a good idea to plan for financial hardship in your business by setting up a business savings account if possible. This will certainly help when/if you come upon down seasons and business is slow. Thanks for sharing your insights.

Ti



Written by RossKimbarovsky
1001 days ago

I suspect most businesses don't do this. Good suggestion.



Written by wickedkire
1002 days ago

Agree to the story that being prepared is always the best thing to do especially for business. Data backups are the most important for me as losing every important file that you have for your business will be the biggest setback and could mean losses. Backing up from both the cloud and an external storage would be ideal to double your data security. Thanks for sharing!



Written by RossKimbarovsky
1002 days ago

Do you have specific services you use for data backups? Would you recommend them?



Written by BizRock
1004 days ago

Start-ups and small business owners should have a disaster plan and insurance against natural events! No one ever know what night or tomorrow bring!

Thank you for sharing!



Written by RossKimbarovsky
1004 days ago

Glad you found useful!

Ross



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