Wednesday, 19 March 2014


2013/14 was the wettest winter since records began.

The tidal surge which hit Lincolnshire in December was the most serious for 60 years.

Further back, Foot and Mouth Disease saw limited access to large parts of the countryside. These all had an impact on businesses.

You might not be able to prevent these extreme events, but it is possible to prepare your business for its impact so that you have the can remain operating or have the best chance of recovery.

And it isn’t always extreme events that can undermine your business – things as simple as loss of broadband or IT can be just as damaging as a major incident if you aren’t prepared.

Lincolnshire County Council is coordinating 3 free business advice sessions across Lincolnshire, funded by VisitEngland, with expert speakers to help you prepare a practical plan for responding to any future incidents, minimising the impact on your business and helping you to survive.

The sessions will take place at 9.30am at each venue:
For more details, contact Ruth Hyde on 07970 040319 or at Visit the Visit Lincolnshire website to book.

Photo: Bob Embleton

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