Business Continuity Amid COVID-19 Shutdown: Lessons from Past Disasters and Catastrophes
A series of global pandemics, man made disasters, and natural catastrophes have characterized the first two decades of the current millennium.
The 9/11 terrorist attacks, Hurricane Katrina, the Indian Ocean Tsunami, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic are the most vivid examples. Each of these has posed a unique challenge to the business continuity culture of both small businesses and large corporations. Over 40% of small businesses don’t open after a disaster and 25% more fail in under a year from the event according to FEMA.
Your business doesn’t have to become a part of this statistic when the COVID-19 crisis finally goes away!