Stream | Crisis Communications Pocket Guide
Initially developed for a hospitality client, the app is a fully customisable mobile and tablet application which hosts crisis contacts, corporate head office and localised information, response protocols, quick guides and videos – all developed to provide quick and easy access to content and, most importantly, that is always up-to-date.
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Crisis Communications Pocket Guide

Type the word Crisis into Google these days and the results are endless. With the rise of cyber crime, let alone natural disasters, terrorist attacks and downright avoidable tragedies such as the events in Ladbroke Grove recently, it’s easy to see that what once might have “done” for crisis preparedness from a corporate viewpoint is now a thing of the past.

 

This got us thinking about how accessible a business’ crisis plans, protocols and procedures really are, and with mobile now taking over from desktop (and not even thinking about that ‘Crisis Manual’ that is inevitably sitting on someones desk somewhere collecting dust), we’ve developed a crisis app.

 

Initially developed for a hospitality client, the app is a fully customisable mobile and tablet application which hosts crisis contacts, corporate head office and localised information, response protocols, quick guides and videos – all developed to provide quick and easy access to content and, most importantly, that is always up-to-date.

 

Check out our one-pager, and get in touch if you want to find out more!
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