UNDRR Announces New ARISE Global Board Members, DRI President Chloe Demrovsky to Serve For Three-Year Term
New York, NY, June 24, 2020 -- The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction’s (UNDRR) private sector alliance, ARISE, has announced the lat ... Continue Reading
DRI International Maps Professional Practices to U.N. Disaster Risk Reduction Sendai Framework
*White Paper Provides Roadmap for Organizations to Implement Sendai Framework* New York, NY, August 24 — DRI International, the world’s foremos ... Continue Reading
DRI in the News
Rising costs, labor and supply shortages weigh on SMEs – NBC10 Philadelphia
Last year it hit small businesses across the country, but some are preparing for improvements in 2021. Chloe Demrovsky, CEO of DisasterRecovery Institute International, attended LX News and explained what companies should expect in 2021 and how to do it. You can start preparing now.
Q&A: Returning to work in the new normal
Jerome Ryan: "Business continuity plans that were developed before or at the start of the pandemic served their purpose in the initial weeks and months following its onset. But the disruption to the workforce, business operations and technology has outpaced the projected timelines. What has followed is an acceleration of digital transformation initiatives that has ushered in a ‘new normal’ for business. "
Business Continuity Plans Hand a Lifeline to SMBs
Small- and medium-sized businesses should leverage certified professionals to develop business continuity plans that allow for continued operations.
NBCLX - March 10, 2021
DRI President Chloe Demrovsky joins the show to discuss safely re-opening businesses during COVID-19.
Wharton Business Daily - Mar. 10, 2021
DRI's Chloe Demrovsky offers recommendations for opening up businesses safely during the pandemic.