How to create a crisis communication plan
The coronavirus has turned the world upside down and companies are struggling to handle the new reality. Many are forced to lay off employees and adjust their strategies to survive in these challenging times. With the need for communication being greater than ever, Mynewsdesk created a guide to help businesses develop their crisis communication plan.
How well you manage to prepare before a crisis strikes will have a huge impact on how the crisis will affect you and your business. Without a crisis communications plan in place, your risk of losing customers, revenue and employees goes up. Be proactive and start identifying potential risks to minimize business interruption.
No matter what your company is facing at this point, this guide will help you build a crisis management plan tailored to your needs.
In this guide you will learn:
- Who should be included in the crisis management team
- The importance of logging activities and communications
- Tried-and-tested tips
- The three phases of crisis management
Mynewsdesk is the Nordic region's leading platform for digital PR and communication, with about 5,000 customers and 77,000 users. The cloud-based service includes media monitoring, news distribution, and PR analytics. The company was founded in 2003 in Stockholm. Since 2008, Mynewsdesk is a part of the Norwegian media group NHST Media Group AS.
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