Business and charity guide
This handy guide aims to help you understand what's covered under your commercial insurance, and how to make sure you've got the right cover in place for your organisation - as well as some other useful tips for thriving during the pandemic!
Types of business insurance
Every business is different, which means that your business insurance policy should reflect the individual needs of your organisation.
Types of charity insurance
There are many different types of insurance available for charities, so it’s important to make sure your organisation has the right levels of cover in place to protect against any potential risks that could result from your charity’s day-to-day activities.
Charity insurance jargon buster
Not sure what the different terms mean when it comes to your charity insurance? Here are busted some of the most commonly used jargon.
What’s the difference between a charity and a not-for-profit?
There’s a lot of confusion around the difference between a charity and a not-for-profit organisation. But before starting a charity, it’s important to understand the distinction between the two, as how you decide to structure your organisation could have a big impact on things such as tax treatment and regulation.
Does my charity need a Business Continuity Plan?
It’s never been more important to have a robust Business Continuity Plan in place, and to ensure it is regularly reviewed in the evolving digital landscape. Find out what a BCP is and how to create one here!
How going digital could be the key to surviving the pandemic
If your business or charity is facing funding gaps because of the pandemic, here are some simple ways going digital could help you thrive during challenging times.
What is a small business or SME?
It’s important to understand how your business should be defined, as the rules around this differ from country to country and could affect the level of commercial insurance you should have in place to protect your investment.
How to support your staff while working from home
A new survey by Nuffield Health has found that 80% of UK workers feel that working from home has negatively impacted their mental health, making it clear that it’s going to be increasingly vital to take steps to support your staff while working from home. Here are some easy ways to do just that!