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Business Interruption Planning

According to the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety, up to 25 percent of small businesses never reopen following a disaster. When disaster strikes, having a plan and being able to put it into immediate action can ensure that you’re back in business quickly and able to provide products and services to your customers, regardless of the type or scale of interruption.

The resources on this page are intended to help Myrtle Beach area businesses prepare for various types of crises and minimize the impact of those crises on their operations.


What You Need to Know

The presentations below provide brief overviews of the basic elements of:

Planning for a Business Interruption 

Recovering From a Business Interruption  

Creating a Crisis Communications Plan  

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