Right now, it’s ‘Business Unusual’ as businesses reopen after the Covid-19 crisis and adapt to an unfamiliar environment. We’re on the frontline of business support and we’re doing all we can to help our clients get to a new ‘Business as Usual’.
Every business has been impacted in some way by the Covid-19 crisis. Our facilitated Business Recovery Planning service helps clients reset the future of their business by reviewing their response and assessing the true impact on their business, then setting realistic goals to strengthen every department.
The approach to developing the plan is collaborative and involves the client completing comprehensive pre-work and risk analysis to identify both the overall impact and the impact within each department. We’ll facilitate a four-hour online planning session, which may be broken into two two-hour sessions, to develop the client’s Business Recovery Plan.
The Business Recovery Plan documents a high-level budget, details of necessary recovery finance, key opportunities and vulnerabilities, most critical challenges, risks and mitigation strategies, and annual and 90-day goals and actions. It is designed for business owners to ensure their business has the best chance of recovery.
We want to ensure all our clients’ businesses recover from the pandemic as strongly as possible.
A Business Recovery Planning session requires you to reconsider all aspects of your business to ensure its best chance of recovery. We’ll work with you to develop a concise Business Recovery Plan and clarify the future direction of your business.
We’ll help you revise your personal and business’s budget, maximise support entitlements, set goals for each department, apply for bank finance (if needed) and ensure you feel supported throughout this recovery period.
All businesses should plan their recovery from this crisis. It’s crucial to review your business’s initial response and assess the true impact so you can identify risks, strategies to mitigate them, and potential opportunities.
We have three options available. The Business Recovery Planning session will be held online.
The sooner you develop a plan, the sooner your business can start to recover.