Many small and medium (SME) businesses are run on a tight budget and may not see the need to deal with bigger issues beyond day-to-day operations. However, it is vital to understand that by insuring your business you are setting yourself up for success in the long run.
As individuals, we understand the importance of personal health insurance – it ensures we are protected in the event of unexpected health problems. However, as business owners, are we aware of the importance of insuring our business against the unforeseen?
The type of insurance varies by the scale of your business and your unique needs. If you are having difficulty determining which kind of insurance your business requires, here are 4 types that we will explore in detail during this upcoming session. Allow our Principal Consultant Mr Stephen Chew to take you through the types of business insurance we offer:
Deferred Compensation: Protect your business from liability and disruption
Ensures you stay operational even when important staff leave your company.
Credit Protection: Protect your business’ borrowing
Safeguard your business and loved ones against the financial impact of not being able to work and being unable to service your loan commitments.
Business Succession: Protect the ownership of your business
Make sure the company stays in safe hands; should something untoward happen to you or your business partner.
Keyman Insurance: Protect your business profits
Helps to alleviate the financial consequences of losing a key person.
Find out more when you join us at our upcoming Business Insurance Seminar, happening on Monday 16 February 2017. Our Principal Consultant Mr Stephen Chew will be speaking at this event and sharing his insights and knowledge gained from more than three decades in this industry.
Business Insurance Seminar:
Date: 16 February 2017, Thursday
Time: 6:30pm onwards
Venue: Sheraton Towers Singapore
Enjoy an indulgent 8-course dinner!
Admission fee of $30 applies.
Please register early to secure your seats. Available at a first come first serve basis.
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