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Business Continuity

Business Continuity

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This piece of research was conducted by Business Link in the South East of England. It examines SME's across the South East of England and their attitudes towards Business Continuity.
This piece of research was conducted by Business Link in the South East of England. It examines SME's across the South East of England and their attitudes towards Business Continuity.

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Survey of Business Owners and Senior DecisionMakers
 
Hot Topic SpotlightBusiness Continuity
March 2007
11
South East Business Monitor
Survey of Business Owners and Senior Decision Makers
 
 
Contents1. Introduction
2
 2. Business Continuity
Key messages 3Background 3SMEs in the South East 4Nature of impact 7Advice and guidance for SMEs 8Conclusion 9
3. Annex – Statistics
10
 
 
Hot Topic Spotlight 11: Business Continuity
2
Introduction
 
This
Hot Topic Spotlight 
is based upon findings from the
South East Business Monitor 
- aquarterly survey of businesses based in the South East, conducted by the region’s BusinessLink Providers (BLPs).
 
The
Business Monitor 
has the following key objectives:1. To identify business issues and concerns2. To monitor business intentions and future growth expectations3. To explore attitudes towards and experiences of using external business support andadvice4. To establish whether any gaps exist in current support provisionEvery three months, at least 1,200 telephone interviews are conducted with business ownersand senior decision makers of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), based in theSouth East. This allows an ongoing ‘temperature check’ of business issues and concerns.The survey results are weighted to reflect the size and structure of the region’s SMEpopulation.The questionnaire consists of a set of fixed core questions, and additional ‘hot topic’questions that change from wave to wave. ‘Business Continuity’ was covered in wave 3 ofthe
South East Business Monitor 
, the fieldwork for which took place in May 2006.The findings from the hot topic questions are published in a series of
Hot Topic Spotlights 
,freely available upon request.
Hot Topic Spotlights 
currently available are (as at February 2007):1. Business start-ups 7. Sustainability2. Fuel, energy and water costs 8. Work-related stress3. 2012 Olympics 9. Access to finance4. Red tape and SMEs 10. Succession planning5. Women’s enterprise 11. Business continuity6. Home-based SMEsTo request a
Hot Topic Spotlight 
, or if you have any enquiries about this research, pleaseemail Stuart Cole at Business Link,Stuart.Cole@businesslinkkent.co.uk.
This
Hot Topic Spotlight 
was prepared for the South East Business Link Providers by Step Ahead Research. Theviews expressed within it are the views of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect those of Business Link. © Copyright WSX Enterprise Ltd. The information contained in this paper may be quoted, provided thefollowing is acknowledged as the source: “South East Business Monitor, a quarterly survey of businessowners, conducted by the region’s Business Link Providers”.

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