Whether you are organising multiple events over a year, or attending as a third party, there are a lot of different aspects to factor in to make sure things go according to plan.
Planning for Multiple Events
What is the purpose of the event? Who is the target audience? How are you going to make sure that you are keeping to your budget?
With the new year on the horizon, it is quickly becoming the busiest time for event planners all over the UK, With bookings to be made for festivals, markets and fairs.
One of the most important things to consider when planning your events is budget. Particularly if you organising or attending multiple events throughout the year, it is certain that cost will play a crucial role in your success.
Keeping to your budget or saving money is always a priority, especially if you are either organising or attending an event and donating your takings to charity.
Insurance might seem like an unnecessary expense if you are holding a lowkey event for friends for family, or if you are simply a stall holder attending a market with handmade crafts. But, having a valid insurance policy in place can ensure that you have peace of mind should anything unforeseeable occur.
A multiple events policy is a great idea if you are busy attending more than two events in a single year. Instead of insuring your events separately, a multiple events ‘blanket policy’ enables you to attend events as and when you see fit.
The policy has one convenient renewal date and is available at a discounted premium.
With a variation of different covers available such as Public Liability, Employers’ Liability, Event Equipment Cover, and Stock and Stand cover, the policy is flexible and can be tailored to an event organisers individual needs.
Whilst you’re busy thinking about the logistics for your events, with the knowledge that you have a multiple events policy in place, it is one less thing to think about.