There’s a lot of doom and gloom about the future of the high street, and there has been for years. The advent of online shopping, the rising cost of petrol, the difficulty of parking in the nation’s town centres – these are all among the numerous factors on which the decline of the high street
According to an article by startups.co.uk, the UK small business landscape is still flourishing. Moreover, the research that was produced for our recent Insurance Spotlight Report showed that self-employment has increased from 3.3 million to 4.8 million over the last sixteen years. With more and more people becoming their own boss, here is some inspiration
Over the last few years, there has been a movement from businesses, organisations and charities coming together to carry out ‘clean up’ projects across our inland and coastal waters in a bid to reverse the damage caused by the dumping of plastics. At A-Plan, our specialist marine insurance team has a particularly keen understanding of
Statistics published last week by the National Audit Office (NAO) made interesting reading for businesses employing apprentices. Figures revealed that despite Government targets to create three million new apprenticeships by 2020, the number of people taking up training programmes has fallen significantly. So much, in fact, that the NAO says it’s “very unlikely” that the
Nothing beats the freedom of being your own boss. But when you’re self-employed, protecting your livelihood is of paramount importance. With that in mind, what business insurance cover is it advisable to have to make sure your business is properly protected? Let’s take a look. Professional indemnity insurance Firstly, you will need professional indemnity insurance.
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With an increasing percentage of the population choosing to become self-employed, it could be assumed that this is reflected in the uptake of relevant insurance policies. However, alarmingly this is not the case. Self-employment has increased from 3.3 million to 4.8 million over the last sixteen years*, yet many are not covered for the associated