Webinar Recording: Covid-19 Business Continuity Plan
The impacts of Covid-19 on health and business are evolving fast. It is essential that every business has a plan for dealing with the fallout from this pandemic.
A plan will give you peace of mind and clarity for decision-making for the future of your business, and ensure you access Government support entitlements and maximise opportunities to preserve your cashflow and profitability. In the worst-case scenario, we want you to have certainty about whether your business can continue and plan around that.
We’ve created some practical content to help you build your Business Continuity Plan. You can download our FREE Guide and Plan Template below.
To support these documents we held a COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan webinar. The free webinar provided logical advice to help minimise the impact of the global pandemic on businesses in New Zealand. If you weren’t able to attend our webinar you can access the free, 75 minute recording below.
The Recording will help you:
- Build resilience in your team and family at this time.
- Outline the things you should consider now to minimise the impact on your business.
- Share a process, a guide and a template for creating your Business Continuity Plan.
- Give supporting information to help you engage your suppliers, employees, bank and advisors to drive empathetic and effective conversations.
- Outline some ways we can help you fast track the development of your plan.
If you still have questions after watching the recording, please get in touch with the team at Malloch McClean and we will be happy to answer any of your questions or give you additional support during this time.
Your COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan Webinar
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Beyond this, we have three ways we can help you using our content:
- We can give you the templates and you can create the plan yourself.
- We can review and finalise your draft plan (60-90 min online meeting).
- We can work with you to create your Business Continuity Plan (4hrs online facilitation process).
The Malloch McClean Team