April 22, 2008 | Vol 3, Num 16
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News to know
GPD goes to India
More top stories
Mid-Atlantic Glass Expo attracts 82 exhibitors
Product spotlight
Colored low-E coatings
Got a disaster recovery plan?
Financials
AGC to restructure
More business stories
e-Poll
AGC Flat Glass announced the closure of three facilities last week. Do you expect to similar moves from other glass companies this year?
No
Yes, from other floaters
Yes, but from fabricators
Yes, from fabricators and floaters



Have you increased product prices since the start of the year?

Yes

63%

No

21%

Not yet, but we will likely do so soon

16%














Got a disaster recovery plan?



Not sure you need a disaster recovery plan for your small business? Here's a statistic that might convince you. On average, more than 40 percent of businesses that do not have a disaster plan go out of business after a major loss such as a fire, a break-in, or a major storm, according to The Hartford Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn.

Don’t let a temporary setback turn into a permanent failure; protect your business before disaster strikes. The first step: create a disaster recovery plan. Get started right now with a simple, step–by–step guide. The outline points out some key things to consider and then prompts you to compile specifics on your situation. In about 15 minutes, you'll have at least the beginning of a plan. Of course, this plan won't include all the details you need to address, but it can help you create the foundation of your disaster recovery plan.

For a free copy of the template guide, call the program administrator for GlassInsure, NGA’s sponsored insurance program, at 800/640-7601.


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