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New Webinar: Enterprise Resiliency During a Severe Weather Crisis

According to Allianz Risk Barometer, there has been a 40% increase in weather-related events since 2019 causing $80B in insured losses.​ Extreme climate events such as hurricanes, storms, and wildfires can impact your employees, infrastructure, and operations.

Developing business resiliency during these potentially harmful events is imperative. Are you prepared to assess threats before they arise and effectively communicate with your employees during a severe weather event?

Enterprise Resiliency During a Severe Weather Crisis, a new Everbridge webinar, will teach you how to:

  • Scan the horizon for harmful climate events and act through automated processes
  • Successfully create meaningful weather alerts for your intended audience
  • Analyze your response plans and optimize for the future

Register to watch Enterprise Resiliency During a Severe Weather Crisis on-demand here.

About the Speaker:
Eric Chetwynd, Senior Product Marketing Director and General Manager of Healthcare, oversees Everbridge’s global portfolio of corporate and healthcare solutions go-to-market strategies. He brings more than 20 years of experience creating and leading innovative software solutions to market.

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