Doing Disasters
Differently

We are leaders in private sector contribution
before, during & after disasters helping corporates,
SMEs, governments and communities.
We are leaders in private sector contribution before, during & after disasters helping corporates, SMEs, governments and communities.

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Everyday focus

Building
Resilient Businesses

We support corporate leaders and micro,
small to medium owners to integrate
resilience into everyday business as usual.

Helping
Communities Thrive

We build social capital for resilience,
response and recovery including positive
outcomes from corporate goodwill.

Leading
Collaborations

We connect government, corporates,
SMEs and communities for collective
impact outcomes before, during & after.

Building resilient businesses

Imagine the benefits to your business if you were ready to adapt to whatever disaster came your way?

Tailored to all business types from corporates to caravan parks, our 4P Resilient Ready™ solution will help your business before, during and after natural and unnatural disasters.

If you’re a corporate, click here.
If you’re a small biz, click here.

Helping communities thrive

Our Help a Local Community program provides support to:

  • Community resilience and recovery committees
  • Community associations
  • Local Government Authorities
  • Other community groups or networks

We work with local leaders to build community capabilities around resilience, preparedness, response and recovery.

Book your FREE conversation today.

Driving economic sustainability

Our Help a Local Biz Community program provides support to:

  • Economic resilience and recovery committees
  • Business associations
  • Local Government Authorities
  • Other business groups or networks

We work with local leaders to build business community capabilities around resilience, preparedness, response and recovery.

Book your FREE conversation today.

Supporting small biz recovery

Created to assist the many small and micro businesses impacted by the 2019/2020 Black Summer bushfire season, HASB matches needs to capabilities.

  • If you’re a business who needs help, click here.
  • If you’re a business who can help, click here.

Visit Help a Small Biz for more.

Era of disasters

The unfortunate reality is we face a future of more frequent, more destructive, compounding natural and man-made disasters than ever before.

Businesses, government and communities will struggle to thrive unless we start thinking differently and doing differently.

At C2C we know the benefits that come from working better together and when everyone knows the role they can play to build a resilient and thriving future for all.

All-hazards approach

While most focus is on natural disasters the reality is we live in a new world of interdependencies and innovation where the threat from unnatural disasters can be just as harmful.

As a result, the everyday threats to our communities and businesses exists not only from bushfires, drought, floods and pandemics but also from the likes of biosecurity, cyber attacks, industrial incidents and acts of terror.

Disasters are becoming the new norm, yet we still approach them in a traditional way – in silo.

At C2C we always take an all-hazards approach because more than 80 % of the processes associated with the preparedness, response and recovery for one type of impact will be relevant to every other.

News & insights

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