It’s a tricky time to be a business owner.
If you work in retail, hospitality, tourism or events, chances are you’re facing significant challenges in finding sustainable insurance premiums.
Some businesses are even facing closure due to insurance issues.
If you’re in need of some expert guidance, The Cork Business Association is hosting an insurance event for businesses in Cork city on September 17th, 2019 at 5.30pm in the Metropole Hotel.
Those attending will get advice on how to get better insurance premiums and when to fight claims.
Chat to the experts
Speakers on the night will include Bill Cremin, MD of Cool Running Events Ltd., who runs iceskating.ie (including Cork on Ice) and is a partner of The Nightmare Realm.
Bill’s company deals with claims every year. Despite this they manage to maintain sustainable insurance cover for their business. Bill will provide insight about how his company manages risk and continues to thrive in a challenging insurance environment.
Peter Boland, who heads up the lobby group Alliance for Insurance Reform, will discuss the insurance crisis, the impact for retailers and the hospitality trade, and what they are doing to bring about insurance reform, while Brendan O’Connell, partner at Ronan Daly Jermyn, who acts for some of Ireland’s leading retailers, will provide insight on strategies to employ in determining when a case is worth defending.
Later, Clara O’Neill from Total Planning Solutions and Chair of the CBA infrastructure committee will speak about Cork’s proposed Flood Defences and their effect on the availability of flood insurance for businesses in the city.
The talk is free and you can book your place here.