Insuring your startup shouldn’t be difficult. Taking the leap and starting your own company is an exciting time, you’ve got an amazing idea, product or service and all you want to do is get out there and tell the world about it.

It can also be a daunting experience, you’ll be thrown into the deep end and completely out of your comfort zone, you’ll have to do and deal with things that you might never have encountered before. Which is why having the right team around you at this time is essential to starting your business off on the right foot – especially when looking to purchase insurance.

Insurance is always one of the last things on the business plan that anyone tackles and in some cases, is often a forgotten and unexpected expense. In reality, insuring a company for the first time is a bit of a minefield and very easy to get wrong, which is why it’s important to seek advice.

Usually the first thing I hear when talking to a start up is: “I’ve got no idea what I need” which is often followed by a couple of sobs and whispers of “h…hh…help me… please…” So, what do you need I hear you ask? I’ve broken it down into 3 sections which I’ll explain below.

An open and frank conversation about your business and plans can cover all of the above, and a consultation with a professional broker is completely free of charge.

There is a misconception that “using a broker is expensive” but I can assure you, that trying to do it yourself and failing will cost you more money in the long run.

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