Riots Get Local Businesses Thinking About Risk Management. Business Continuity Centre in the South West Increases Capacity Due to Demand

Riots Get Local Businesses Thinking About Risk Management. Business Continuity Centre in the South West Increases Capacity Due to Demand

Riots Get Local Businesses Thinking About Risk Management. Business Continuity Centre in the South West Increases Capacity Due to Demand

Aug 22, 2011

Demand in the South West of the UK for business continuity seats has increased. Stem Group is the only provider of a business continuity centre in the region and as such has increased the capacity of their centre back2business to 120 seats.

Stem Group’s clients of the back2business centre have typically included large companies like Brittany Ferries and Bandvulc Tyres. However, more of the small businesses are now considering what they would do in a crisis and are coming to Stem Group for guidance. Stem Group has put a pricing structure in place which makes the centre available for all sizes and types of company.

With floods, fires and IT failures being reported in the region businesses are putting safeguards in place. In particular, the latest riots have had companies checking their contingency plans and risk management strategies.

“We’ve seen a significant increase in the demand for back2business, with the fear factor from incidents being reported in the press, businesses are starting to think “what if?”. back2business is well equipped to cope and grow with the demand.” Mark Nicholas, Commercial Director of Stem Group explains. Mark has been working in the industry for 14 years and is well respected and recognized as an expert in Business Continuity.