It’s hard to believe that it’s December, but we are wrapping up 2013. It’s been a strange year for small business owners, with slow economic upticks laced with torrents of...
- Jane Applegate
Author of 201 Great Ideas
for your Small Business
Is your business prepared for an emergency or disaster?
Photo credit: Bill Tiernan/Virginian-Pilot file photo
Caption: Richard Coughenour, general manager of L.D. Amory & Co., surveys June tornado damage at the Hampton wholesale seafood business.
With hurricane season in full swing, it pays to have a contingency plan. Click the following link to get advice from four experts, who spoke at the Cox Business Executive Discussion Series' June 26 panel discussion, "When the Unthinkable Happens."
The expert panelists were:
Robert Conley, regional manager, Security, Risk Management, Safety and Business Continuity, Cox Communications Virginia
Theresa A. Kirchner, Ph.D., MBCP, MBCI, assistant professor of management, School of Business - Management Department, Hampton University
Jim Redick, MPA, CEM, director of emergency preparedness and response, City of Norfolk
Dr. Nancy Welch, district health director for Chesapeake and Western Tidewater, Virginia Department of Health
For more information on EDS events, visit the Cox Business EDS page on IB's website.