The floods of previous years and the high-profile Buncefield fire might have brought business continuity management (BCM) to the forefront of many business owners' minds, but the fate of companies such as Zavvi, brought low by the collapse of Woolworths, will certainly have driven that message home.
Although pressure from insurers trickling down from brokers to their clients seems to have had some impact, is the BCM message finally hitting home with business owners?
BCM is based on the principle
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