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Airbnb Owners Need to Focus on Insurance Holes

03/12/19 General
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Airbnb’s booked room-night figures exceeded those of giant Expedia in Q1 2019 [1], highlighting that the Airbnb phenomenon really has shaken up the global hospitality sector.  Renting out rooms or entire properties through Airbnb is likely to prove attractive to more people in future, but with that thought comes an insurance requirement. Becoming an Airbnb […]

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Farming Evolution Set to Make Insurance Revisions Vital

27/11/19 General
Farming Evolution Set to Make Insurance Revisions Vital

Farmers are being kept on their toes, by both changes in dietary preferences and dramatic and unpredictable weather patterns. Many are having to think quickly, stay abreast of trends and cultivate the foods consumers wish to buy. This has been evident this summer, with the harvesting of the UK’s first commercial chickpeas crop, but with […]

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Insurance Package Should Support Edible Packaging R&D

19/11/19 General
Insurance Package Should Support Edible Packaging R&D

Edible Oohos capsules, made from seaweed-based Notpla, have recently attracted financial backing from a UK Government impressed by almost a year of trials and wishing to support plastic-free packaging innovation. But edible packaging may not be without risks, necessitating an examination of the types of insurance required by its manufacturers. Gyms and leisure complexes will […]

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Could Ogden Rate Premium Increases Affect Your Festival?

12/11/19 General
Could Ogden Rate Premium Increases Affect Your Festival?

The much-anticipated Oktoberfest event will not take place in Dublin this year (2019) due to an “unprecedented” increase in insurance premiums. Sadly, this is just the latest event to be cancelled due to Ireland’s compensation culture, which is leading to event organisers having a reduced appetite when it comes to hosting an event on the […]

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Weather-Proof your business against the winter

11/11/19 General
Weather-Proof your business against the winter

Winter is on the way, bringing with it the prospect of strong winds, heavy rain, frost and snow. Are your business premises prepared for winter and are you adequately insured? Storm Damage High winds and rain have caused considerable damage to properties in the UK in recent times. Occasionally the damage can go unnoticed, so […]

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