Business Interruption

One of the biggest threats facing your company today is probably not even on your radar. More than 80 percent of businesses in the U.S. this year will experience some level of business disruption. Whether it comes from a data breach, a hardware malfunction, natural disaster or other cause, the resulting loss of business income coupled with damage to your brand and reputation, can prove devastating.

On December 6, 2017, Sentinel hosted a Business Interruption event. Our risk management experts gave participants the tools to:

  1. Develop a proactive business continuity plan capable of significantly reducing your risk of business disruption. Click here for more info on business continuity planning.
  2. Determine if your company’s disaster response and recovery plan is sufficient for the most common and costly natural and manmade disasters
  3. Accurately calculate your company’s business income; a critical, and often underestimated valuation needed to recoup losses and stay in business. Click here for a Business Income worksheet.
  4. Utilize various state, local and regional disaster planning and recovery resources. Click here to find out what state resources are available to help your business.





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