The most important aspect when considering loss of revenue is the direct loss to the business. Everyone appreciates the need to ensure the business will survive during a period of closure. Business costs such as loans, lease repayments, salaries for staff who are retained during the period of closure and utilities are just a sample of the costs that need to be addressed while the premises are being repaired.
There is a common belief amongst business owners that either “it won’t happen to me” or if it does, it won’t take long to get up and running again. Sadly, this is not the case and many businesses that do not have this insurance struggle to survive following a disaster.
We understand that running your own business is one of the most challenging, exciting and rewarding things you’ll ever do. Whether it’s your own retail shop, a professional practice or a factory making must-have gadgets, there’s a certain satisfaction that comes with being in control. Until, of course, the uncontrollable turns up.
Which is where we come in. We can’t serve your customers, drive your trucks, or make sure your production line runs smoothly, but we can take the strain when it comes to insuring your business against the ‘what if’s’ that can otherwise take your mind off the job.