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Free program to help small businesses deal with emergencies offered

A free program to help local small businesses to better prepare for emergencies continues on Thursday, Oct. 29, from 8 a.m – 9:30 a.m. with a session focused on planning for people, data, facilities and business restarts.

The program is hosted by a local consulting team and sponsored by the North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center.

The next two sessions will take place as follows:

  • Oct 29: Planning for protection of personnel, data, facilities and restart of business.
  • Nov 12: Putting the plan in place and testing it.

Participants who would like to gain the materials from earlier sessions are able to do so. Registration is complimentary, but required; participation for the events is also encouraged.

The sessions will be provided via Zoom.  The link is via Eventbrite and can be found at the Small Business Development Center website, https://isbdc.org/locations/north-central-isbdc/, or at the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/preparedness-planning-series-tickets-121228280049?ref=ecal

For more information, please email John Pinter, john.pinter1224@gmail.com or contact him via LinkedIn.

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