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Why startups should create a business continuity plan

 
 
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Helen Molyneux, Business Continuity and Crisis Management Expert, on what is required from a business continuity plan and how founders can develop a good one.

In this short video Molyneux, director of Cambridge Risk Solutions, discusses all aspects of a business continuity plan, including the key stages in developing it, when to do it, how to do it with limited resources, and more.

“It doesn’t need to be complex or complicated, it can be simple and straightforward, as long as it gives you a backup,” says Molyneux. Watch the full video below.

 


 


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