Business income (BI) protection insurance looks at the level your business was trading at before an event that forces closure (such as a flood or bush fire) and can cover the resultant financial gap.
Easy to set up for relatively little investment, trampoline parks have burgeoned over the past five years, but now the trend is in reverse with insurance cover increasingly difficult to obtain.
Download your copy of the Gallagher Market Overview Report H1 2019, which examines the impact of market forces and specific exposures on business operations, risk management and insurance programs.
From venerable traditions Australia’s wine industry has embraced the productivity gains and cost savings achieved by technology. But what happens when a system fails?
As project hold-ups become an increasing concern for construction projects, delay in start-up insurance (DSU) provides an option for managing the risk, but the terms can be complex and tricky to negotiate. Here's how it works.
With Australia’s beleaguered rural sector lobbying for increased protection in the face of drought and weather event risks, the Gallagher acquisition of specialist AgriRisk positions us to better meet the needs of agribusinesses.
When a Hobart café owner returned a less than glowing score on a Gallagher client advocacy survey, our local branch manager decided to pay him a visit – even though he had only one policy, for workers’ compensation.
Congratulations to our two Gallagher winners of the Insurance Business Australia industry awards announced Friday 3 May 2019, Peter Campbell and Zoe Evans.
Congratulations to Gallagher Victoria account executive Pat Musngi, the Victoria/Tasmania state finalist for the prestigious Warren Tickle Memorial Award.
In this case of employee theft our client sustained a loss approaching $1 million over a period of years through a staffer’s access to funds and accounts. Take note, there’s a cyber security lesson here concerning insider threats.
All business owners who provide services or advice ‒ or both ‒ need to protect themselves in case their customers are unhappy with the result.
Cyclones Veronica and Trevor delivered an unmistakable warning about the impact of extreme weather events as they moved inland, bucketing torrential rain. Construction sites in affected areas were inundated, and it looks like there will be more where that came from.
Introducing Gallagher Project Manager, Operations, Debbie Kraushofer, who is currently working on implementing the company's biggest systems upgrade in Australia – and the insurance industry – to date.
If you're running your own business and think that management liability insurance is bells and whistles cover that only applies to large corporates, we've got 5 compelling reasons why you should change your mind.
New A-doubles and B-triples with broader PBS road access ratings are leading the way to improving road freight capacity, but are we moving fast enough?
Does your business have a plan for meeting data breach penalties and costs? With the Marriott group facing a potential $915 million fine for its 2018 data breach, organisations of any size are facing the need for contingency strategies.
Women dominated the honours in this year’s Civil Contractors Federation South Australia 2019 awards and, as a CCF SA diamond partner and long-time sponsor of the association (CCF), Gallagher representatives were there to applaud the winners.
‘2019 will be the year of the vegan’, predicted The Economist in December last year, claiming in a feature that the no-animal-products diet is set to become mainstream and citing McDonald’s McVegan burgers as proof.
As a committed advocate for safety in road transport, Gallagher National Head of Transport Roz Shaw welcomes the Federal Budget allocation for improvements but would like to see the government also focus on driver licensing reform.