Webinar Recording: Long-Term Recovery: Addressing Business Failures in Years 2-5

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On April 22nd, 2014, IEDC presented this webinar on "Long-Term Recovery: Addressing Business Failures in Years 2-5." The street lights are back on, the debris has all been removed, and your community is on the road to recovery. Yet businesses continue to struggle and a lasting recovery seems just out of reach. How can you, the economic developer in your community, help businesses survive beyond the initial disaster response and thrive for years to come? What are the challenges facing businesses impacted by disaster that might not manifest until years later? What can your community do today, tomorrow, and in the future to prevent business failures in the long-term following a disaster? This webinar discusses these issues and provide practical advice on how to prepare for what happens in the long-term after your community has moved on from a disaster.   Click here to download the webinar recording, and here to download the presentation.


Bonnie Canal Managing Partner The Resiliency Institute Bonnie Canal is a nationally recognized leader in community resilience innovations and strategies and is the founder and Managing Partner of The Resiliency Institute. Bonnie's firm is focused on comprehensive community preparedness and resiliency by engaging the entire community’s political, civic, business, and other key leadership personnel. From personal continuity, business continuity and disaster preparedness Bonnie understands that your success and future growth comes from your plan. Through practical applications across the full continuum of prevention, protection, response and recovery - TRI is your strategic partner; assisting you to see invisible opportunities and solve seemingly impossible problems that will enhance the resilience of individuals, your businesses, and your communities. Bonnie continues her resiliency consulting for communities, businesses and non-profits while traveling the US engaging in the conversation at the community level. She is a proud native of New Orleans and has worked in the field of Community Resiliency for 6 years.  

About this Webinar Series

With funding from a grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA), the 2014 Disaster Preparedness and Economic Recovery Webinar Series is produced by the International Economic Development Council (IEDC). This training series provides practical information on key topics in disaster preparedness, recovery and resiliency for economic development organizations, chambers of commerce, and community stakeholders concerned about the local economy. Please note: Web seminars in this series are not eligible for CEcD certification points.



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