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Business Continuity Week 2016

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Take control of your business's resilience with our business continuity checklist

What would you do if...

  • Half your team was sick with flu?
  • Your most used piece of equipment breaks down?
  • Your key supplier goes out of business with no notice?
  • There was no power for three days?
  • Your workspace was closed for one week?
  • Would your business be able to continue trading? 

If you’re struggling to answer these questions, Business Continuity Week is a great opportunity to look at ways of making your business more resilient to disruptions. By taking some time and using the resources we provide you could stop your business from failing when a disruption strikes. 

For Business Continuity Week 2016 we’ve put together a list of ideas for increasing the resilience of your business. The ideas cover the main aspects of any business likely to be affected by a disruption out of your control such as: 

  • other people
  • information
  • equipment
  • workspace
  • ICT
  • third party suppliers/customers. 

By implementing the ideas it will enable you to take back control of the situation allowing your business to continue trading. 

Ideas for increasing resilience (pdf 823kb opens in new window)

If you would like to find out more about what business continuity is visit our ‘What is business continuity’ page.

We have resources tailored to the size of your business and time constraints. If you’re a small business or don’t have much time to devote to business continuity take a look at our instant business continuity

If you’re a small to medium business and have more time available, our business continuity lite information could help you.

For large businesses or those looking for a plan tailored for their business please contact us.

If you’re unclear on any aspect of business continuity or would like to speak to a member of our team please call us on (01482) 393051.


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