Business continuity planning focuses on preserving and protecting a business from an unexpected “triggering” event that interrupts ownership structure and/or business operations. While it is unpleasant to think about death and/or disability, it is critical to be prepared. This article will discuss the important issues that a comprehensive business continuity plan should address, and potential solutions for each.
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Business Continuity Considerations: What’s Important?
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Dyanne Ross-Hanson is President/CEO of Exit Planning Strategies, LLC in Woodbury, MN. She specializes in working with owners of construction firms to develop intentional plans for ownership transition and in turn, maximize the value received. (651) 426-0848Read full bio