“I don’t need a Builder’s Risk policy,” said a contractor. “The money I save I’ll just set aside for any losses.” Little did he know how inexpensive a Builder’s Risk policy can be and how expensive a loss can be.
Now that school’s out for the summer, entertaining the kids becomes a full time job! When they’re not at camps, practices, etc. throughout the day, outside play is always a great option. Kids love jumping, and trampolines have maintained their popularity over the years. Thankfully, as time has gone on, safety has improved and become a priority. Some parents are still wary of the idea of having a trampoline, but trampolines have come a long way with safety in mind. Of course, there are still some rules that should be in place. Here are a few smart and safer options if your kids are begging for a trampoline this summer:
According to Wikipedia, retail is the process of selling consumer goods or services to customers through multiple channels of distribution to earn a profit. Retailers satisfy demand identified through a supply chain. A retail sale occurs when a business sells a product or service to an individual consumer for his or her own use. Read more…
The role of a risk manager within an organization has certainly changed over the years, taking on additional responsibilities as exposures continue to change. At its core, sound risk management consists of identifying the risk, analyzing and evaluating it, appropriately handling the risk, and then monitoring and reviewing the results. It’s a continuous cycle for risk managers in any industry.
Wine making is a trade as old as civilization. As the process has become more sophisticated over time, so have the options available to protect you against loss.