Businesses are central to building community resilience

Businesses are central to building community resilience

Businesses are at the heart of communities, and without them a community would not be able to survive. That’s why I’m passionate in advocating for businesses to also be at the heart of any community resilience planning and the activating of local solutions in an...
When it comes to building resilience, everyone’s a business

When it comes to building resilience, everyone’s a business

What is a business?  At corporate2community we often talk about how businesses need to be resilient, prepared for disaster and ready to adapt to suddenly changing circumstances.   However, when we talk about businesses, we’re not necessarily only referring to big...
You’re only as resilient as your business community

You’re only as resilient as your business community

When a disaster happens, typically around 40% of businesses don’t ever reopen. And those that haven’t reopened in five days have usually closed within two years.  This was the case in the aftermath of the Black Saturday bushfires in 2009.  The result? In some...
How we are empowering businesses in Southern NSW to build resilience

How we are empowering businesses in Southern NSW to build resilience

Why Community-led resilience is important Community-led resilience is important because people need to be able to rely on their community to help them if the need should arise and to be a support system for each other. Additionally for communities to be effectively...