On the 1st Day of Christmas …

Hello Chasers,

Welcome to the first day of Summer and the countdown towards the big day of celebration that we all look forward to at the end of the year – Christmas Day.

Every day this month we will be featuring a special Christmas tip, idea and strategy to help you maximise your profits – and we will even be delving into Santa’s sack for a gift or two for you!

Many businesses – outside of the retail industry, at least – slow down over the Christmas holiday period but are unprepared if an unexpected disaster strikes. We only have to look to recent events such as the flooding, hailstones and downpours that La Nina has brought this year.

So how can you protect your business over the festive season?

Here are some tips for good Christmas holiday season continuity planning:

  1. Plan ahead.

Every festive period brings similar problems both in terms of IT and personnel issues. One major risk that can affect any business is a power failure, the effects of which can be felt long after the electricity supply has been restored, so be sure to plan around such eventualities. Perhaps consider getting a UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply Unit) for keeping your power to your IT for at least 24 hours – time enough for power to be restored hopefully! With careful planning, every organisation can have the correct plans in place to operate under all circumstances.

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