The aftermath of a natural disaster

By Marcie Geffner - Dun & Bradstreet

In an ideal world, small business owners would be fully prepared for natural disasters. They’d have comprehensive recovery plans including important information. Hard copies would be stored off site in waterproof bags and fireproof safes. When a disaster struck, every step would be executed, and the business would be restored as it had been, or better.

But that’s not the real world. While most small business owners understand the need for disaster planning, many don’t have a comprehensive plan.

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