Lunch & Learn: Business Continuity Plan Workshop

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Your Business Continuity Plan Workshop

Webinar 3 April 2020

These are unprecedented times for businesses and their people. At SMART Business Solutions we want to provide you with accurate and logical advice to help you minimise the impact the Covid-19 pandemic will have on your business. We’re here to support our clients to develop a plan to get through the coming months.

On Friday April 3rd we hosted a complimentary webinar for our clients to:
✅ Help you build resilience in your team and family at this time
✅ Outline the things you should consider now to minimise the impact on your business
✅ Share a process, a guide and a template for creating your Business Continuity Plan
✅ Give supporting information to help you engage your suppliers, employees, bank and advisors to drive empathetic and effective conversations
✅ Outline some ways we can help you fast track the development of your plan

In addition, we provided our clients with a template for them to prepare their own Business Continuity Plan. Get your template here and download the full Business Continuity Plan guidebook here.

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