Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Every second company in Europe has no crisis plan
Three out of four decision makers in European companies think that their company would benefit from a crisis plan. At the same time, according to a Europe-wide study by Burson-Marsteller, only half has taken appropriate precautions. The proportion has decreased compared to 2011 - from 54 percent to 51 percent today.
Two out of five companies today are in no way prepared for a possible crisis. The study lists economic turbulences or serious incidents in production as most feared possible crises. The need for targeted crisis prevention is often underestimated.
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