At corporate2community we are Doing Disasters Differently.

We put all-hazard disaster resilience on the everyday agenda for corporate CEOs & small-to-medium enterprise (SME) owners while driving public-private collaborations to support thriving communities before, during & after natural hazards or unnatural events.

Why Work With Us

We are pioneers challenging the traditional approach to disaster readiness, response and recovery by leading outcome-focused solutions for corporates, small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), government, emergency services organisations and communities.

Where government processes and budgets are limited, where implementation fatigue is recurrent with ever-changing structures and policies, corporate2community continues its proactive commitment to ‘shared responsibility’ – community resilience for all hazards is everyone’s business.

Educate . Connect . Motivate .

“The private sector is the perfect advocate for resilient thinking because of its direct relationship with consumers, customers and suppliers and can steer public demand towards risk -sensitive products and services.”

Margareta Wahlström, UN Special Representative of the Secretary General for Disaster Risk Reduction

Our Strategic Solutions

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Our Expertise

Building Resilient Businesses

We break down the disaster resilience silos within your business structure by challenging all functions on their approach – so your people, property and profits thrive, not just survive the many future impacts to come.

Advancing Leadership Capabilities

We create business leaders in disaster readiness, response and recovery by upskilling and empowering individuals and teams on the positive influence they can make towards your business and the communities in which you operate in.

Helping Communities Thrive

Every business has capabilities that can help communities prepare for, prevent, respond to and/or recover from natural and human-induced disasters – C2C can help you identify what your ‘shared responsibility’ role should be, and action it.

Strengthening Connections

We support organisations to identify and engage effectively with internal and external stakeholder groups including employees, shareholders, customers, competitors, government, agencies and communities.

Strategic Disaster Giving

At C2C we educate organisations to identify if their corporate social responsibility (CSR) goodwill is helping or harming communities as we discover new and existing ‘shared value’ opportunities beyond typical disaster relief.

Thought Leadership Content

At C2C we help you develop and deliver compelling, targeted and measurable content to generate more trust in your brand and connections with your audiences – led by thought leadership conversations, publications, events and communications.

We take an all hazards approach to disasters.

Flood

Blackout

Terrorism

Explosion

Cyber Attack

Drought

Fire

Pandemic

We work with business, government & communities.

Our News & Insights

corporate2community is turning 2!

corporate2community is turning 2!

As we begin a new decade and start planning our hopes and dreams for the year ahead, I've decided to take a slightly bold move in 2020. This year, corporate2community is turning 2, so I figure the opportunity to take advantage with us being 2 in 2020 warrants a...

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Collaboration won’t be easy, but it’ll be worth it

Collaboration won’t be easy, but it’ll be worth it

As part of my presentation at the Australian Institute of Disaster Reilisence conference late last month, I shared some key takeouts from a report by the Victorian Inspector General for Emergency Management,  ‘Review of connecting and collaborating with the private...

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Resilience is beyond disasters

Resilience is beyond disasters

In past blogs and through our social channels, we’ve spoken a lot about the two-fold approach required for disaster resilience: organisational resilience and community resilience. Businesses need thriving communities who need thriving businesses. In this blog, I’d...

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