The process of exporting goods to other countries can seem complex and difficult to navigate. We thought it would be a good idea to give you a brief overview of what insurance cover you might need when exporting, and how to ensure you are adequately protected.
In this article we will discuss two ways to reliably demonstrate you are fulfilling your duty of care to your employees and customers. Insurers will often look for these to show that you are a responsible business owner and a reliable risk, so therefore insurable.
Summer brings the (hopefully) good weather and plenty of events at which you can hire a stall to showcase your retail business’ wares. Many of these will offer stall space to local businesses and this can be a great opportunity to meet new customers.
There is an endless amount of opportunities within catering. Along with opportunities however, come risks, and there are certain rules that must be adhered to in order keep things running smoothly.
If your business controls, cares for or has custody of a customer’s vehicle then it will be classed as ‘Motor Trade’ and your insurance policy will need to be Motor Trade specific.
Good security can help not only by deterring potential thieves, but by reducing the significance of a loss if someone does manage to break in.
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