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For small, go big

At times, running an advertising agency can be pretty hectic. Clients and freelancers come and go, budgets change and shifting demands become routine. So it’s a good idea to have advertising agency insurance that’s flexible enough to cope. We partner with some of the UK’s biggest and best insurers and help you find the most suitable financial protection for your company – there just in case something goes wrong. A fire or flood, for example, could damage expensive computer and design equipment, cause structural damage to your studio and leave you unable to work for months. Similarly, a theft or client injury at work could hit you in the pocket.

For small, go big

At times, running an advertising agency can be pretty hectic.

Clients and freelancers come and go, budgets change and shifting demands become routine. So it’s a good idea to have advertising agency insurance that’s flexible enough to cope. We partner with some of the UK’s biggest and best insurers and help you find the most suitable financial protection for your company – there just in case something goes wrong. A fire or flood, for example, could damage expensive computer and design equipment, cause structural damage to your studio and leave you unable to work for months. Similarly, a theft or client injury at work could hit you in the pocket.

Key Covers

We can help arrange cover that looks after many types of risks. As an advertising firm, you’ll want to consider a couple of key covers. If you employ staff, including freelancers who visit the studio from time to time, you will need employers’ liability insurance by law. Also, if you’ve got creative with the office décor (but don’t own the space), tenants improvements insurance can protect any additions, including new kitchens or displays. Arranging protection takes just a few minutes and we bring all your covers together in one simple to reference policy.

Key Covers

We can help arrange cover that looks after many types of risks.

As an advertising firm, you’ll want to consider a couple of key covers. If you employ staff, including freelancers who visit the studio from time to time, you will need employers’ liability insurance by law. Also, if you’ve got creative with the office décor (but don’t own the space), tenants improvements insurance can protect any additions, including new kitchens or displays. Arranging protection takes just a few minutes and we bring all your covers together in one simple to reference policy.

Advertising agency insurance

When you’re in charge of a busy office or studio, you need fast and fuss-free insurance that and saves you time and speaks your language. Thankfully, policies through us are quick to set up and any package you choose comes with the backing of a major UK insurer.

Compare quotes!

Advertising agency insurance

When you’re in charge of a busy office or studio, you need fast and fuss-free insurance that and saves you time and speaks your language.

Thankfully, policies through us are quick to set up and any package you choose comes with the backing of a major UK insurer.

Compare quotes!

FAQs

What is computer equipment insurance?

It’s designed to compensate your business in the event of loss, theft or damage to computers. Some policies will also protect against new risks such as data corruption and cyber-attacks as well as traditional risks such as fire and flood.

What is public liability insurance?

It’s designed to cover damage caused to third parties, such as injury caused to a member of the public or damage caused to a customer’s property.

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