Don’t let the past hold you back

Insolvency can have a massive impact on any business owner, both financially and from a wellbeing perspective. This is particularly poignant during the current pandemic where many thousands of businesses will become insolvent through no fault of their owners. One of the most overlooked aspects of a business failure though is the issue of insurance.

Most business owners will have the tenacity to start afresh, showing the ‘Entrepreneurial Spirit’ that is needed to look forward and to build anew.

How climate change is raising the cost of insurance

Despite government initiatives and the UK’s 2050 target to reduce emissions by at least 100% from levels captured in 1990, worldwide attempts to reduce climate changes have not yet hit the mark.

The rise of severe weather
As severe weather is becoming increasingly recurrent and extreme, individuals and businesses are seeing a rise in weather-related incidents. In incidents such as flooding, not only can this affect their property and contents, but may also mean having to seek alternative accommodation or temporarily ceasing trading.

Reckon your business is safe from cybercriminals?

Whilst many businesses are increasingly vigilant in amending their work policies to mitigate the risk of cyber-attacks, many still don’t have adequate protective measures against cybercrime in place. In the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019, recently published by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), findings suggest that larger businesses are still more likely to prioritise cybersecurity compared to smaller business and charities. Smaller businesses usually consider themselves to be less of a risk due to their scale,

Planning on driving abroad?

The Green Card explained.
In the event of no-deal Brexit, UK motorists planning on driving in Europe will need a Green Card. Use our handy guide to ensure you’re well in the know.

What is the Green Card and why do I need it?
The Green Card is an internationally accepted document which proves that you have valid insurance to drive your car abroad. If there is a no-deal EU exit, it will be illegal for UK motorists to drive in Europe without it,