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Entrepreneurial Stories: Contingency Planning

Having contingency plans in place is crucial to being able to manage unexpected business disruptions. We can’t control everything (as we know) but considering a plan ‘B’ for any business-critical activity, will help you to stay agile and mitigate the risks.

Need further help, putting contingency plans in place for your business? Sign up to our Contingency & Resilience Planning Workshop.

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