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    How to prepare your business for a hurricane or any disaster

    June 24, 2019

    By Joseph George

    $50 billion.

    That’s the cost of the damages caused by hurricanes in 2018. If you thought that number was enough to scare organizations into being better prepared for the next potential disaster, you’d be wrong.

    Despite all the warnings signs, organizations still leave themselves vulnerable to future catastrophes. But it’s time to act differently. Rather than responding after the damage is already done, take matters into your own hands and prepare well in advance of any potential disasters.

    Here’s how you can prepare for the next hurricane or any disaster:

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