Protect Your Small Business

5-Day “We're Good” Continuity Challenge

Learn what every small business and microenterprise 
should do to say "we're good" after a natural disaster.

Imagine becoming homeless overnight and having to wait behind thousands who suffered the same overnight obliteration.

Hurricanes, wildfires and floods have destroyed livelihoods across the world. 

Will you take five days now to fortify your business so you can say "we're good"? 

Challenge starts in...

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Guided Business Plan can show you how to gain the trust of corporate buyers with a Continuity Statement using our simple GBPDR framework...we've taught it to ~1,000 diverse vendors!

"We require cyber insurance...and insurance companies require continuity plans."
-Utility Company

Small business owner, do you want to protect your business?

A Continuity Statement is a critical document for any business. It helps you identify potential risks and plan for contingencies, so you can continue operating even in the event of a disaster. 

Our 5-Day Challenge is easy to follow and will walk you through every step of creating your Continuity Statement.

Top 3 Reasons to Sign-Up Today!

  • Jumpstart your more detailed internal business continuity...demonstrate that you can say "we're good"
  • Prepare for new requirements from corporate risk managers such as new documents and procedures
  • ​ Market your company with your Continuity Statement...send it as an update to prospects and clients

Day 1: Goals

What will you strive towards?

Set your goals and then determine what you need to make them happen -- you'll end up with content for your business continuity plan.

Sample goals...
  • Resuming business operations in ____ days?
  • Getting reimbursed in ____ ?
  • Preventing ____ from a cyber attack?

Day 2: BIA

Business Impact Analysis

Identify your high exposure areas and create policies, defense and response tactics to demonstrate how you can survive a business disruption – whether it’s an accident like water tipping over on a laptop or a macro issue like a weather related event.

Day 3: Policies

What do you have that's written?

What policies do you have in place that are related to business continuity? You will see examples of common policies and then be able to tailor them to your needs.

Day 4: Defense

What are you currently doing to minimize disruption?

Repurpose your brainstorming into an action plan. This just may be the document that gets you approved for cyber insurance.

Day 5: Response

How fast can you kick into action? 

How many times have you practiced your drills? Risk managers and insurance adjusters want to know this.

"In 2018 I started approaching utilities to offer business continuity training for companies with 50 or fewer employees. In 2020 the need escalated and I became a 4-time WBENC WeThrive instructor and keynote speaker for certifying councils to simplify the process."

"A Continuity Statement tells me more about a business than a Capabilities Statement."
-Audrey M., retired Supplier Inclusion professional, aviation

Melanie has taught business continuity to thousands!

WBENC WeThrive 800+ WBEs


California Water Association

Small business owner, do you want to protect your business?