Our thoughts are with the victims of Hurricane Harvey. As we post this, the floods of Hurricane Harvey are still wreaking havoc across coastal and eastern Texas and parts of Louisiana. It is also the 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina; its impact is still being felt. And September is FEMA’s National Preparedness Month.
Disasters can be massive for small businesses; impacting an entire region of the country. Or they can be isolated to one small business and its employees and customers becoming the victims of disasters like cybercrime or fire or an unanticipated death with no succession plan in place.
SmallBusiness.com Guide to Disaster Planning and Recovery
Here are just a few of the free resources you’ll find in the SmallBusiness.com Guide to Disaster Planning and Recovery. We encourage you to bookmark it before you need it.
- It’s Time to Prepare for the Natural Disaster Targeting Your Business
- An Extreme Weather Plan is a Life or Death Small Business Requirement
- Review These 4 Types of Insurance During Small Business Disaster Planning
- Federal & State Government Emergency and Disaster Relief Resources
- The FEMA App is a Must-Have Tool For Every Small Business
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of all disasters, but this week we are especially thinking about our small business friends who are coping with Harvey.