Businesses can learn from past disasters by analyzing what went wrong and what strategies were effective during those times. This can involve reviewing their business continuity plans and identifying areas for improvement. They can also learn from the experiences of other businesses and industry best practices. It's important to incorporate these lessons into their continuity plans and regularly update them. Building relationships, having strategic discussions, and developing clear messaging are key. Reframing and refocusing operations, marketing, and sales strategy can also help to maintain revenue generation and cash flow during difficult times.

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Businesses can overcome these challenges by regularly reviewing and evaluating their business continuation plan. Preparation is critical and planning should be done daily. It's important to build relationships, have strategic discussions, and develop clear messaging. Reframing and refocusing operations, marketing, and sales strategy can also help to fuel revenue generation and cash flow during difficult times. For more information, businesses can visit resources like the Small Business Administration website or SCORE's small business disaster preparedness resources.

A business should review its continuation plan regularly. The frequency can depend on various factors such as changes in the business environment, internal changes within the business, or any significant event that could impact the business. However, it's crucial to review and update the plan at least annually.

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