Taking out business insurance can help to protect a company's finances in some circumstances. It might help replace vital equipment which breaks unexpectedly, cover a business for interruption following a flood, or help with the cost of a legal case.
Read tales of real-life instances where thorough preparation and great commercial cover saved the day. These show it's possible to bounce back after a cyber-attack or client disagreement – with the right planning.
What can you do to safeguard a company beyond the realms of business insurance? We've put together resources which may prove useful, whether you're in need of financial assistance, HR guidance or legal advice.
Many people often struggle to differentiate a charity from a non-profit organisation, especially since laws governing this sector vary depending on where you are in the UK. So, here’s a quick guide on how to distinguish the two and what this means for your insurance requirements.
Designed to protect your business from the risks associated with working with the public, public liability insurance can cover your business financially if something were to go wrong. A public liability certificate can provide proof of cover and present all the crucial information regarding your open policy.
Employers’ liability insurance is the one form of business insurance that is compulsory for almost all companies in the UK. To demonstrate that you’re adhering to the law, you must display your employers’ liability certificate, which provides proof of cover.
A breach of copyright can lead to a claim against your business. We explore the legalities of copyright and how to avoid putting your business at risk.
As the bright young minds of today jockey to create the next Amazon or Google, there are some fundamental things they should know about insurance.