Gallagher brokers Rick Hyde and Arthur Bablas have joined regional committees for the Hire & Rental Industry Association (HRIA) in QLD and VIC respectively, underlining their commitment to the industry.
Who needs professional indemnity insurance? Easy. Any business that provides professional services or advice. But wait! You’re not a high-flying doctor, lawyer or financial advisor, you’re just a small business – does it really apply to you?
Gallagher has launched a professional benefits service, Access1st, which provides its association partners and their members with access to a range of quality, relevant products and services at preferential rates.
One of the questions we are asked a lot is, "Why do I need an insurance broker?". We've compiled 7 signs that indicate your business needs the help of an insurance professional.
When the Institute for Learning Professionals (ILP) was getting started 10 years ago with three members, CEO and Founder Kerry Brocks says the key to growth was identifying the “pain points” potential members in her industry had at the time.
When Janine* encouraged one of her students to try out a new yoga position, little did she realise it might put her own entire livelihood at risk.
Insurance is somewhat of a grudge purchase, most people don’t really want to pay for it as you may never claim or need help with your policy and it can feel like a cost that just ticks over year on year. My question to you is ‘do you know if your policy will cover you at claim time?’
As a Natural Therapist, if you were to source your own cover for public liability and professional indemnity the prices would start at $1000+ per year. So having access to a scheme for your industry is a luxury that not everyone else is entitled to however, by taking advantage of scheme pricing there are things to be wary of. One of the reasons these policies are so cheap is because it can be...
When you first decide to start your own business, you need to accept that a common companion along the way to any success is about managing risks. Most of us like to think that it will all be smooth sailing. The simple fact is that the pathway to your success is far more likely to be filled with peaks and troughs, and your ability to maximise the peaks and even out the troughs, will go a long...