The year 2020 was a continuous lesson in the need to prepare for the unpredictable. From the pandemic to natural disasters, businesses have faced numerous challenges that could force them to close. The most common emergencies that businesses typically face fall into three categories:
The Small Business Administration estimates that 25 percent of businesses fail to reopen after an emergency or disaster. In light of this uncertain period, it is essential to take proactive steps to prepare your business for an emergency. Here are the six main things you should keep in mind as you develop your business’s emergency plan...
The saying “luck favors the prepared” is especially true for business owners hoping to survive life’s emergencies. Our team of knowledgeable business attorneys are experienced in helping businesses like yours create and execute plans that mitigate risk during uncertain times. To develop a plan that meets your business’s unique needs, call our office at (303) 837-1660 to schedule an appointment today.
 U.S. Small Bus. Admin., Prepare for emergencies, https://www.sba.gov/business-guide/manage-your-business/prepare-emergencies#section-header-0 (last visit Aug. 31, 2020).