Business Recovery Plan Workshop

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Business Recovery Plan Workshop

A Business Recovery Planning session requires you to reconsider all aspects of your business to ensure its best chance of recovery from a crisis such as COVID-19.

KEY OUTCOMES

  • Discover how we can combine our expertise with yours to develop a plan to ensure your best chance of recovery
  • Identify ways to innovate, re-engineer and adapt your business for recovery
  • Understand ways to minimise financial pressure on your business
  • Learn how to calculate your minimum viable weekly sales level
  • Identify opportunities, vulnerabilities, critical challenges and risks in your business
  • Clarity on how to address opportunities, vulnerabilities and critical challenges
  • Understand how to pull everything together into a Business Recovery Plan


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