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Weathering the Storm

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Posted by Molly Nelson - “Of the small businesses that are forced to close due to a disaster, at least one in four never reopens.” Yikes! I've never been to Las Vegas, but those don't sound like good odds.

However, Diana McClure of the Institute for Business & Home Safety does have suggestions for preparing your business for a potential disaster via OPEN Forum.

[How to Plan for the Unexpected]



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