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With the Event season coming into full swing, make sure you have total peace of mind for all the events you are attending this year

The Benefits of Multiple Events Insurance to protect your Summer

When it comes to events, whether you're organising them or simply attending as a stall holder or third party, you need to be thinking about logistics.  How many people will be attending? Who is your target audience? What is the purpose of the event?  With Summer on the way, we start to see a hive of activity within the event world:  festivals, markets and fairs start popping up all over Great Britain and beyond, and as soon as the sun comes out, so do the people!

A big factor, particularly if you organising or attending more than one event, will be the cost.  Keeping costs down is always a priority, especially if you are organising a not-for-profit event or donating your stall takings to charity.  The same can be said for Insurance; trying to keep the cost low whilst still obtaining comprehensive cover is essential. It might seem an unnecessary expense if you are holding a small event, or if you are a stallholder selling cupcakes but without it, if the worst should happen, it could be the difference between walking away with profit or a big loss.

With a multiple events policy, instead of insuring each event separately, the organiser or policy holder is insured for up to a certain number of events throughout the year at a discounted premium. 

As well as keeping costs down, by covering each event under one blanket policy, it's one thing you can tick off the 'to do' list at the start of the event season & not have to think about again until the following year.  With Public Liability levels of up to £10,000,000 as standard, and the additional options of adding on Employers Liability and/or Event Equipment cover, all your cover can be neatly tied up in one bundle.


Whilst you're thinking about the logistics for your events, with a multiple events policy in place, you know that the insurance side of things is one less thing to think about.

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