Weather-Related Business Risks: Free Webinar
Weather & Business Risks
A forecasted storm is more than just the weather for the day. When a severe weather rolls in, high winds, heavy rains, lightning, and even hail pose a threat to people and businesses alike. Power outages, floods, and personal injury can halt a thriving business in its tracks. Business continuity plans that don’t take severe weather into account leave their businesses in the dark. When that happens, the financial loss is imminent.
Adverse weather is among the top 10 business interruption concerns, yet it is one of the most predictable threats. Business continuity plans need to include contingencies in the case of severe weather in order to mitigate business risks.
Weather-Proof Your Business Continuity – Free Webinar
The Association of Continuity Professionals is hosting a free webinar on June 28th: “Weather-Proof Your Business Continuity Plan: Next Generation Strategies for Staying Ahead of Weather-Related Business Risks.”
Join us from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT to:
- Learn about unforeseen weather impacts on business continuity, including financial loss
- Learn how to prepare for any weather scenario
- Get a first look at our award-winning new automated weather visualization tool
After the presentation, stick around for a Q & A session.
Meet the Presenter
Earth Networks Program Manager Steve Prinzivalli is excited to present this informative webinar. Steve supports clients such as NOAA, NIST, National Grid, Value Added Resellers (VARs), and researchers with their weather data needs. An experienced meteorologist, Steve has worked with both the NFL and the MLB.
He’s a huge weather enthusiast and has been interested in meteorology for most of his life. He’s the perfect person to lead this webinar, which will bring a lot of weather-related insights to business continuity professionals. Take a look at Steve’s blog to learn more about him before the presentation.
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This informative and helpful webinar is designed specifically with the business continuity professional in mind. Bring your questions about the business risks of severe weather and get ready to take some notes. If you’d like to do some reading before the webinar, check out some weather-related business continuity use cases.