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Lessons in Disaster Recovery: A 9/11 Survivor's Story
Manmade and natural disasters are a constant threat to enterprises big and small. Staying in business when your network's destroyed and your employees are disbursed is something 9/11 survivor Donna Childs knows all too well. The president and CEO of Childs Capital was at the World Trade Center when terrorists struck. She managed to keep her small financial firm, located four blocks from Ground Zero, up and running just a day later.
In this session, the author of Contingency Planning and Disaster Recovery: A Small Business Guide, Childs shares her strategies for staying up when everything else is down. You learn how to effectively plan for the unexpected and then cope once the unforeseen hits.
Founder and CEO, Childs Capital LLC
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