Over the past year, this pandemic has cost $20 Trillion dollars due to the lack of preparation and planning. SBE’s Social Distance Advisory system and compliance guidelines provide clarity, and a course of action as an emergency situation progresses and can be applied to all industries. SBE’s systems are intended to futureproof businesses and prepare them for an improved normal.
SBE wants businesses and communities to thrive, thus regaining economic stability. As an organization, SBE’s resources and supports help businesses continue being sustainable.
Universal Safe Business Practices
Businesses cannot operate, thrive, or continue to stay sustainable without the guidance of safe business practices. This pandemic along with its repercussions are here to stay, and safe business practices allow for a smooth transition into the future.
Why Support Us?
Many lessons have come from these unprecedented times. All of this has been new and no one really knows what to do. ALL industries have been affected, namely, tourism, hospitality, restaurants, personal services, manufacturing, warehousing, distribution and entertainment.
Over the past year, the entire world including businesses have been feeling hopeless, helpless, and confused, wanting to regain some sense of normalcy. Although the repercussions of this pandemic are here to stay, it provides an opportunity to create a better normal – one where ALL businesses can stay open and thrive. The world as we know and how business is conducted will never be the same. However, with the right systems and plans business continuity, thriving communities, and economic stability are well within our reach.
SBE commits to helping SmALL businesses by collectively arming them with the support, protection, and resources needed to operate safely while remaining vigilant and united
SmALL Business is Essential of Canada (SBE)
envisions a unified, collective, and strong business community striving towards economic recovery and stability.
SBE recognizes that this pandemic is a world problem. As a collective unit, SBE assists businesses in finding proactive solutions for continuing to operate safely. Forums and discussions pertaining to operations are also hosted to address issues as a team.
Small businesses are the heart of their communities and are a community of their own. Through its resources, SBE is committed to supporting businesses and their communities in their ongoing journey towards stability and economic recovery. Communities need to start working together and taking ownership of their spaces.
How Can You Help?
Making all businesses essential and ensuring that small businesses stay open can change everything for our communities and the future of our economy. We are seeking volunteers and community champions!
- Student business advisors (student initiative)
Are you someone who is passionate about your community and/or a small business owner? We are looking for a Community Champion to take on this ongoing issue and raise awareness to ensure that support is provided to each region.