Business disruption advice made available to Korean business owners
Korean business owners are now able to access a government resource to help deal with business disruptions.
Auckland Emergency Management (AEM) is launching a business emergency preparedness resource that is specifically developed for the Korean business community, geared towards small businesses.
AEM worked closely with the Korean Construction Association of New Zealand and the Korean Society to develop the resource.
AEM General Manager Paul Amaral said, “The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has underlined the importance of having the right emergency and business continuity plans in place.
“Up until now, few resources have existed to support the region’s Korean business owners, especially those managing small businesses.”
The online resource has been translated into Korean with all translations being checked for accuracy and cultural relevance by Paul Kang, Vice President of the Korean Society and President of Korean Construction Association of New Zealand.
Kang says, “These new business resources from AEM will help our business owners understand how best to prepare for emergency events that could happen in New Zealand.”
The online resource, which includes advice, templates and a business continuity guide, can be found at: https://www.aucklandemergencymanagement.org.nz/ko/work-ready