Business Insurance

Get business insurance cover that matches your needs

As an insurance broker, we will shop around on your behalf to identify the most appropriate cover for your business from across the range of insurance policies available in the market.

We can advise on:
• Commercial insurance
• Small business insurance
• Builders and Trade insurance
• Contractor and Services insurance
• Retail insurance
• Manufacturing and Industrial insurance
• Hospitality insurance
• Public Liability Insurance
• Professional Indemnity insurance
and more…

It is important to know that the policy details for each type of business insurance product on the market can vary significantly. And this can have a real bearing on how well your policy serves you if you find that you need to make a claim. That’s why we recommend you talk to us to ensure that the insurance you choose will give you the cover your business needs.

We’ll take the time to understand the nature of your business to ensure the cover we recommend accurately reflects the types of risks it may be exposed to.

Contact us today for expert advice to gain the right insurance cover for your business, at a competitive price.

Business Insurance Offerings

Types of Business Insurance

Business Insurance can access all types of business insurance drawn from leading insurers throughout the market. We can put together a package that accurately reflects the needs of your business, at the best possible premium. With our help, it’s simple and easy to make sure your business is correctly insured and that you are paying a good value premium.

Insurance Broker Process

Business Insurance is an insurance broker, operating under Australian Financial Services Licence (342546 ). This means that we are not limited in the range of insurance policies we can recommend, we save you time by being able to source a number of quotes on your behalf...

Case Studies

Prior to becoming a client of ours, an advertising company had always sourced their business insurance directly from an insurance company. They believed they were adequately insured, but discovered they only had cover for their work premises – whereas much of their work was conducted off site. The gap had become apparent when a client of theirs asked for confirmation of their insurance cover as part of a contract they were putting together.

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