In business, as in life, things sometimes happen unexpectedly – things that are beyond your control, and that put your business in danger. Also known as a business continuity plan, a disaster recovery plan is there to give you a framework for action in the event of something catastrophic befalling your business. Making a plan
Life doesn’t always go to plan, and neither does business – that’s what insurance is for. Business insurance is an umbrella term for a huge range of insurance policies and add-ons that you can take out to protect your business from the unexpected, and in today’s post, we’re looking at the different things you might
An indemnity period is the time frame in which insurance companies will look to contribute towards a business interruption claim for loss of earnings. The indemnity period starts from the time of the initial loss and will operate while the rectification work is being carried out and will also continue once the business re-opens until
No-one wants to be a health and safety bore or a party-pooper at Christmas but the last thing you need is something going wrong in your business at this time of year! There are a few added risks you’ll need to be aware of to make sure accidents and misconduct don’t ruin the fun. From decorations blocking
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Starting your own business is a bold and exciting move, and for many, it’s a way of achieving freedom from working for someone else. However, many small businesses fall at the first hurdle, often by making the same common mistakes during their first year. Here are some of the pitfalls to watch out for and
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The colder weather may bring not only ice and snow, but high winds and flash flooding too. These are unpredictable and extreme winter weather conditions that every vehicle – private or commercial fleet – should be prepared for. How can your business minimise any unplanned vehicle downtime on account of the adverse weather conditions, and