Let’s face it, insurance isn’t a particularly exciting aspect of your small business and it is often another task on your “to do list”. But if you don’t have insurance then there could be serious consequences, putting your business and its stakeholders in unnecessary risk.
As a landlord, you’ll want to do as much as you can to ensure your property and rental income is protected.
As you will know, it is always good to have the safety net of having the right insurance coverage in place, in case of any unexpected damage.
We’re in the business of giving our customers the clearest information possible. It’s what we’re here to do. So when we catch wind of bad advice – anecdotally in passing, or quoted to us by a customer – we really start to worry. Here are some of the most common examples we‘ve heard.
If you work in the construction industry you should be well aware that you need Public Liability Insurance in place to protect you, should a member of the public suffer an injury on site. But what about injury to employees and subcontractors? Depending on the set-up of your construction business, the status of your subcontractors can be a confusing topic.
As a salon owner you’re probably aware that you need a certain amount of Public Liability Insurance in place should one of your customers or a member of the public suffer an injury on your premises. But depending on the set-up of your business, the status of your stylists can be a confusing topic.
Let’s be honest. Arranging insurance for your business is a task few people look forward to. I'm sure most business owners would rather be meeting new clients, serving their customers and making money. But as we all know, insurance is important.
The festival season is big business in the UK. With dozens of major events and more than a million people attending at least one festival every year, there are plenty of opportunities for traders to clean up.
If you’re the sort that’s always looking for new ways to diversify your business, the long awaited launch of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive may have come non-to-soon. The launch, due this Easter, will see huge changes in the heating industry.