GREENVILLE, S.C. – Every business needs to plan for a disruption, and with national fears affecting commerce, now is the time to think about planning.
The Greenville Area Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is hosting a seminar to help small business owners prepare for such a catastrophe.
The event will feature a panel discussion from some of the region’s leading experts in natural disasters, cyber attacks, internal accidents and public relations. This full-day seminar also will feature hands-on applications along with networking time. There will be speakers from the South Carolina Department of Commerce, SLED Cyber Security, Complete PR, SC Insurance Brokers, Ronk Security and more.
The event will be held on Tuesday, March 17, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Greenville Area SBDC, 225 S. Pleasantburg Drive.Cost is $45 per person and includes a light breakfast and lunch. Learn more by clicking hereor by going to www.scsbdc.com/events.
“Why should a small business owner attend this event? It’s simple. They need it,” said Earl Gregorich, area manager for the SBDC. “The vast majority of business owners never think about what would happen if there is a disturbance that is out of their purview.
About the Greenville Area Small Business Development Center
The Small Business Development Center focuses on helping small business owners start, grow, and sustain healthy businesses. This is executed through training, consulting and connecting resources with small business owners and their employees. Clients receive assistance with business, marketing and strategic planning, financial management, technical assistance, operational management, government contracting and international trade/funding prep. For more information visit,www.scsbdc.com.