Struggling to fix those crises? here are 4 reasons you need Crises Management

Aevias worths
2 min readJan 2, 2023


Crisis management can be very beneficial for small businesses in several ways. Here are a few examples:

  1. Protecting the company’s reputation: A crisis can seriously damage its reputation if it is not handled well. By having a crisis management plan in place, small businesses can take swift and decisive action to mitigate the damage and protect their reputation.
  2. Minimizing financial losses: A crisis can also lead to losses such as lost sales or increased expenses. By implementing a crisis management plan, small businesses can take steps to minimize these losses and keep their business running smoothly.
  3. Strengthening the company’s resilience: Going through a crisis can be a challenging experience, but it can also be an opportunity for small businesses to learn and grow. By developing crisis management skills and strategies, small businesses can become more resilient and better equipped to handle future challenges.
  4. Improving customer relations: During a crisis, it is essential for small businesses to keep their customers informed and reassure them that the company is taking action to resolve the issue. By doing this, small businesses can improve their customer relationships and build trust.

About Aevias worths

We are a Public relations agency founded with core competency in reputation management, crises management, and corporate communications. With a proactive PR team on board, we offer bespoke services tailored to our client’s specific needs.

We believe that successful communication is about more than just getting the word out. It’s about taking the time to understand your needs and delivering ideas that support a strategy to help you achieve your goals. what do we do? see below!

  • Reputation Management
  • Crisis and Issues Management
  • Corporate Communication



Aevias worths

Aevias Worths is a marketing firm focused on addressing and optimizing the marketing strategies of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Africa