Episode 20

Building Business Resilience

Published on: 6th April, 2021

In this episode Bhairav and Alan discuss the concept of business resilience:

  • What do we mean by business resilience?
  • What is the difference between business resilience and business continuity
  • How do you make a business resilient?
  • What about you as a founder? How can you become resilient?

As a company do you have a plan in place for when something goes wrong? Do you know who to call, what to say, how to ensure that the business doesn't grind to a halt?

Listen to our real world examples of what can happen and how you can protect your business

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About the Podcast

Real World Entrepreneurship
Talking the truth to entrepreneurs
In this podcast Alan and Bhairav talk about the real world issues that are faced by entrepreneurs and small business owners

We have both run successful businesses, raised money, grown them globally and now we're giving practical advice to the next generation of entrepreneurs. We don't do platitudes.

We also talk to entrepreneurs from across the world and get them to share their stories and challenges

About your hosts

Alan Clarke

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Strategy and Marketing specialist who helps businesses unblock the blockages that are preventing them reaching their full potential.

I love helping businesses develop strategies and action plans that get them working better and achieving their ambitions.

I excel at tackling thorny problems and difficult tasks, making things happen and achieving business goals.

I have an ability to break through the clutter, identify the nub of the problem and get the business moving forward.

Those working with me feel energised and empowered.

People like my honest, direct approach and my focus on securing meaningful results.

Bhairav Patel

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I've worked in IT for over 20 years starting life as a consultant at PwC and IBM and then moving across the table to becoming the CTO for Norway's largest privately owned e-commerce business.

After growing a number of brands and expanding the business across Europe, I joined a FinTech startup that raised $12M in 2012 and was added to the Forbes FinTech 50 list in 2016.

Following a short spell at an e-commerce business in Bangkok, I started Atom Ventures where we invest in and help small businesses and startups grow their business by providing high quality technology advice and development