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Your business should have a strategy for dealing with disaster.
At Lovetts we can provide businesses in the Hatfield area with a range of advice. Here are some useful ideas for protecting against disaster.
With the increasing reliance of companies on computers and the internet it is more important than ever that firms devise a strategy for dealing with disaster. However, research shows that many small businesses have no plan in place for coping with a crisis.
Disasters take many forms, including 'natural' causes such as floods or storms, and 'man-made' calamities caused by human error or sabotage. Careful preparation will minimise the impact on your business, so you should act sooner rather than later. Here are some of the areas to consider:
Remember that being prepared could make all the difference to the well-being of your staff and the long-term survival of your business. Even if the worst doesn't happen, you will reap the benefits, by reducing your vulnerability to everyday risks and improving staff confidence.
If you are in the Hatfield area and would like professional assistance from experienced accountants and business advisers, contact the team at Lovetts today.
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