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The 2024 Guide for Financial and Insurance Meetings

Smart Meetings

Experts offer tips and ideas for meeting professionals As the year slowly comes to a close, many financial and insurance meeting planners may be thinking about what they should be keeping on their radar. This entire year and last year there’s so much in flux on the insurance side, it’s really a dynamic time.

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Event Insurance: A Guide to Cost, Coverage, and Claims


Therefore, the best way to be prepared and protected is to be insured. . What is Event Insurance? There are different types of event insurance coverage , and event managers can purchase the most relevant coverage for their needs. Why you need event insurance. What does the event insurance cover? No problem. .

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Pattern Insurance and Giggster Transform Event Planning Protection

Event Industry News

Pattern, a trusted name in embedded insurance, has entered into a new strategic partnership with Giggster, a leading platform for unique production and event venue bookings. This collaboration marks an exciting development in the realm of event liability insurance for the production and event booking space.

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Why is Liability Insurance Important When Hosting Business Events?


One such detail is liability insurance. Protecting yourself and your entire brand against this happening at your own event requires a preventative approach, something that dependable liability business insurance can greatly help you with.

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Event Insurance for Storm Season: What to Know


With the full-on return of in-person events in 2023 a most welcome development—especially for associations who rely heavily on revenues from their annual meetings—one issue has gotten trickier for meeting hosts: event-cancellation insurance. Said the underwriter: “Covid changed the insurance market, and the changes aren’t done yet.”

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A Reality Check for Obtaining Event Insurance in the Covid Pandemic


Event insurance is now top of mind for planners who are able to host in-person events despite the ongoing global pandemic. In times of crisis, people quite rightly want their insurance policies to protect them against issues of concern, […].

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Insurance Companies Limit Event Coverage for Coronavirus


If you’re thinking about adding coronavirus coverage to your next event’s insurance policy, you’re already too late. Mirroring their reaction to terrorism clauses following 9/11, insurance companies have gone into lockdown, making it practically impossible to add epidemic coverage to your event policy if it’s not already in place.

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