Your Multi Events Policy
Take the hassle out of insuring your events and benefit from our discounted Multiple Events insurance premiums.
Why Choose Us?
Established in 1996, we have specialised in providing reliable, competitive event insurance that is appropriate and affordable.
Our highly skilled in-house claims department deals with all claims as quickly, efficiently and sympathetically as possible. We have been recognised for our exceptional customer service.
Our insurance is easy to understand and simple to buy, and our expert team is on hand to provide advice and assistance.
Our policies are underwritten by one of the world's most reputable insurers. 90% of our clients come back to us because our policies give them the reliable, affordable cover they need.
Our Multiple Events insurance policy makes life so much easier for regular event organisers and attendees by covering all of your events under one policy. The Multiple Events insurance policy can protect you with Public Liability (up to £10 million) and Employers' Liability (up to £10 million). It can even cover the equipment used at each event, so you don’t have to worry about incurring any costs due to damage.
What is provided with a Multiple Events policy?
This policy provides you with the flexibility to cover each of your individual events (up to 3 consecutive days per event) under one simple scheme. It is possible for us to cover events that are longer than 3 days (please contact us to discuss your specific requirements). This policy is ideal for those who are either organising or attending up to 45 different UK-based events in the year.
We appreciate that organising multiple events can be expensive, which is why we offer discounted premiums with our Multiple Events insurance policies - it’s the least we can do.
Event Organiser Insurance
Our event organiser insurance policy for multiple events meets the demands and needs of those who wish to insure their organisation of multiple events over the course of a twelve-month period; for public liability and employers’ liability, or damage to event equipment.
You should read and check all insurance documents issued to you and ensure that you are aware of the cover, limits and other terms that apply to your specific circumstances.
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Our Frequently Asked Event Organiser Insurance Questions
How much does Multiple Event Insurance Cost?
The price of your multiple event insurance policy will depend on the level of cover you need. Our policies start from as little as £174 for public liability insurance with events that have up to 250 visitors. Visit our Covers/Premiums page for a more detailed look at the costs of our different event organiser insurance policies.
Do I need Multiple Event Insurance?
It is advisable for all event organisers that deal with running multiple events, to take out an insurance policy which will protect them against any public liability. But there is also the question of the events being cancelled, or brand new equipment being damaged. These are just some of the risks that come with running an event. When running a range of multiple events, you are at an even greater risk of experiencing any one of these setbacks, so it is vitally important that you insure yourself against them.
How many events are covered by Multiple Event Insurance?
With our multiple event insurance, we can offer you two different levels of cover, depending on the number of events you are involved in running. The two standard packages we offer cover up to 15 events, or up to 45 events.
Our policies are also flexible however; the policy on individual events can be extended as required to give you a specialist policy tailor-made to fit your role as an event organiser, whether you’re running a Festival, Conference or any other type of event.
Attending an event as a freelancer? We also offer insurance for event freelancers for single and multiple events.
Get in touch with us today and get a quote online.
Please note - if your event-related turnover exceeds £50,000, the premiums may vary (depending on the risk).