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$25 Billion in Business Lost from Hurricane Sandy. Are You Prepared?

When

Thursday, Apr. 11, 2013
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Where

Berks Fire Water Restorations, Inc. 350 Bern St Reading, PA 19601 Directions

Description

When it comes to protecting your company and keeping your operations running, you need to know for certain Ė without any lingering doubts Ė that you could contact your employees, recover your critical data files, get reimbursed by your insurance company, maintain your facilities operations, and be back up and running again fast after a natural disaster, theft, fire, hacker attack, or other major event.

DID YOU KNOW?

It's estimated Hurricane Sandy cost at least $25 billion in lost business activity.

Hurricane Sandy cost between 1 and 1.7 total gross product revenue for the East Coast.

Many businesses won't seek FEMA reimbursement or reopen after devastating losses.

Despite these startling statistics that literally hit close to home, most business owners donít even know for sure what their insurance coverage is, if all of their data is being backed up in a format that would allow for a fast recovery, or who they'd call to restore their facility operations after a disaster.

If you arenít 100% confident that your business could survive these disasters, you're invited to a free executive lunch and learn seminar to clarify a number of misconceptions business owners have about disaster planning and to help them understand what they need to have in place NOW to make sure they arenít blindsided by a sudden catastrophic event.

Sponsors

Mobilitechs / Knies Insurance

Price

This event is free to attend.

Website

Event Website: http://www.mobilitechs.com/disasterseminar Online Registration Available: Yes

Industry

Professional Services

Event Type

Conference

Contact Information

Amy Sutton amy@mobilitechs.com Phone: (888) 477-7118


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