Colorado State University’s forecast predicts "above normal" activity for the 2020 season. Penn State’s Earth System Science Center believes the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season could become one of the worst we have ever seen, and it’s not just hurricanes you need to look out for. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) also forecasts widespread flooding this spring.
How can you focus on handling the present situation, while also devoting resources to preparing for the many other potential threats your business might face in the coming weeks and months? It requires a balancing act. No one wants to weather one disruption only to be unprepared for the next.
Join us May 21st as we discuss preparing for the likely effects of an extreme weather event, review predictions of potential extreme weather events, and consider what you should do to protect your business.
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