Surviving Natural Disasters - A Guide for Small Businesses

Surviving Natural Disasters - A Guide for Small Businesses

Hurricane Irma made landfall in Naples, Florida on September 10, 2017. To date, it is the largest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic Basin. The destruction it left unfortunately caught many local business owners unprepared and out of work, even though we had plenty of time to prepare for the worst. 

According to FEMA, nearly 40% of small businesses do not reopen after natural disasters! As a small business owner whose business reopened after Irma, I'm sharing my experience to help prepare you for future hurricanes or natural disasters because it's not just about your company's survival, but also the people you serve.

In this free guide, you'll learn about:

  • Unforeseen challenges you may have to overcome
  • Preparing a "Go Bag" and important items to put in it
  • Considerations for disaster planning
  • Staying in touch with employees, family, and others
  • The importance of understanding your insurance policy

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