One of the most common questions I get from cultural entrepreneurs looking to start up a chamber group or related artistic effort is why they need event liability insurance (assuming they know about event liability insurance to begin with).
“Doesn’t the venue cover that?”
They can, but most require renters to provide proof of insurance, but the good news here is obtaining event insurance isn’t as daunting a task as it may seem.
Joe Patti made this task even easier thanks to an article he published today at ArtsHacker.com that dives into this very issue. He provides several sources for not only learning more about event insurance, but where you obtain quotes.
So for if you want to stay ahead of the curve and prevent unforeseen costs from eating into your profit margin, you’ll want to bookmark Patti’s article. In this case, forewarned is most definitely forearmed.
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