Small businesses looking to take full advantage of Small Business Saturday this Nov.24, must first step up efforts to prepare for the event. To help small businesses in that preparation, insurance company, Travelers, has the following tips for small businesses as Small Business Saturday approaches.
Insure proper inventory is on the shelves– The holidays are not only a busy time for shoppers and small business owners, but also for the logistics companies who distribute the millions of products and goods sold in local stores and markets. As a small business owner, it is important to consider supply chain management as well as contingent business interruption coverage. For example, if a core product shipped from another country is lost or delayed, the bottom line can be drastically impacted. Business owners can tap into the expertise of their insurance agent to understand the risks associated with supply chain issues and insure against potential losses.
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Dangerous heat will continue to endanger millions of residents and animals across northwestern India into this weekend.
Warmer air will return in the northwestern United States during Memorial Day weekend.
The warmest days so far this year across the United Kingdom will be replaced with rainy spells and thunderstorms this spring bank holiday weekend.
A budding tropical cyclone may take aim at Bangladesh in the final days of May.
The same weather pattern that may delay the Indianapolis 500 may also trigger thunderstorms and delays for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday evening.
New Yorkers hoping to snap the year’s most mesmerizing sunset photos may need to brace for clouds thwarting views of the phenomenon known as Manhattanhenge.
The onset of the summer monsoon came roaring into Sri Lanka late this week with torrential rainfall that triggered deadly flooding and mudslides.
Flooding and mudslides have killed at least 90 people in Sri Lanka, while severe storms stretched from Florida to Ohio.