Preparing for the Unexpected: Every Business Should Have a Plan

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What’s your emergency response plan for your small business?  Do you have a business continuity plan in case of natural disaster, technology failures, or other business interruptions? Join us for a free training, to get your questions answered; business and emergency management experts, and the Small Business Administration Resource Partners, will discuss: Incorporating continuity planning into your overall business plan; types of minor and major business disruptions; tips on how to deal with anticipated and unexpected changes in your small business; interaction with external organizations including contractors and vendors.

Manteo at the Dare County Administration Building, Room 168


Expected Outcome

  • Each student will begin creating a plan to prepare their business for the unexpected
  • Learn how to access helpful on-line tools to assist in the process

Brought to you by: NC Small Business Technology Development Center, Currituck Chamber of Commerce, Hyde County Chamber of Commerce, The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce, The Greater Tyrrell County Chamber of Commerce, and the Women’s Business Center at ODU Business Gateway.


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The Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration for Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief (Phase II).


Contact Person for registration print and on-line:

Jessica Young

Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) at Elizabeth City State University



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