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Despite a wide range of specialties, all tech companies have one thing in common: they need technology errors & omissions insurance.
We track down Tech Errors and Omissions policies for the majority of the companies we work with. It’s extremely important coverage for anyone leveraging technology or social media, which most startups constantly do. Even using things as simple as AWS or Facebook login can expose your company to a lawsuit, and in a fast-paced,
Insurance should be seen as more of an investment than a cost, but given the busy and chaotic lives of Founders, it sometimes becomes a check-the-box activity. When utilized properly, companies can get value from their policies well beyond that generated by a “set it and forget it” approach. Here are a few tips to optimize your insurance
It’s been a tough year for retail. Just ask J.C. Penny, Macy’s or Target. As e-commerce continues to overtake retail (thanks Amazon), traditional retailers need to employ different strategies to satisfy customers. In other words, it’s time to start pivoting. Startups are all too familiar with pivoting, and many startups do so at least once. Sounds
So you’ve probably heard of professional liability insurance (aka errors and omissions Insurance). In brief, professional liability insurance protects the professional services industry from negligence claims that result in the financial loss of a third party (typically your clients) arising from an act, error, or omission committed in the course of the policyholder’s performance of services
Getting basic business insurance is obvious. Getting umbrella or excess insurance is not. So you’ve done the right thing by getting your company an insurance policy. You feel comfortable with the plan you purchased; limits, pricing and terms are all on point and you think everything is squared away, but for some reason, you have a