Plan to Stay Open for Business

Chances are that while you read this, an unexpected disaster is causing a business owner stress and potentially threatens the organization’s ability to serve its customers and generate revenue. Uncontrollable variables come in all shapes and sizes. Some come with ample warning to prepare while others have an impact that catches businesses by surprise.  But how can you be sure that you are ready for the unexpected or a disaster?

The Small Business Development Center at UNF is presenting two workshops to help you, but only if you Dare to Prepare.  The best part is the workshops are at no cost to participants.
 
Workshops will focus on these key points to help you to STAY OPEN for business:
– Risk assessment and mitigation
– Valuable tips on knowing your risks and understanding your insurance policies.
– Protecting your people, property and profitability
– Identifying key business processes and potential points of failure
– Experience a mock disaster tabletop exercise to see how you would react in “real time”
– Discover information and tools to develop a business continuity plan
– Learn about the critical role FP&L plays in keeping Nassau County “open for business”

Cost:  Free!

Dates/Locations

June 21st, 2013 – 09:00 am to 11:00 am
Nassau County Emergency Management Center
77150 Citizens Circle
Yulee, FL 


June 20th, 2013 – 02:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Putnam County Chamber of Commerce
1100 Reid Street
Palatka, FL     

To register for either of these workshops call  1.800.450.4624 or go to www.sbdc.unf.edu and click on the workshops and events tab.
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