Failing to plan for emergency is a plan to fail

Preparing for every possible contingency is impossible, but experts say small businesses are asking for trouble if they make no plans for emergencies. Businesses that do not have a continuity plan are at a competitive disadvantage when a disaster occurs, says Alan Berman, of DRI International in Hawthorne, N.Y. This article offers tips on how to be prepared.

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