Event Insurance & Company Events
One thing missing from most planning checklists is a quick check-in with your insurance advisor about the need for event insurance.
Summertime in New England tends to bring out the adventure in all of us including businesses because the season is so short. If you are planning a company event, golf outing, fundraiser, or a barbecue, having a planning checklist can help to eliminate some common issues and make the event more enjoyable for all. Two things to help are the use of an event planning checklist and a conversation with a knowledgeable insurance advisor to make sure that your existing insurance is going to protect your company and your staff.
Included are a few guides and tools to help your planning.
If additional event insurance is needed, it generally starts out at $250. For a relatively modest amount you can add additional insurance. In some cases, even if you are covered, it might make sense to add additional event insurance to protect your primary insurance. A quick call or email to your insurance advisor to talk about your large and small events can give you the confidence that your company and staff are properly protected.
Event Planning ToolsGeneral Planning Guide Large Event Checklist