Article Posted | March 6, 2017

Bid for new soccer team to represent South Sydney announced

A high profile  consortium of business, football and community leaders have joined forces with three local football associations to secure professional football for the region south of Sydney, covering the St George, Sutherland and the South Coast football communities. Coverforce Insurance Broking

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Article Posted | February 22, 2017

5 things you need to know as a small business owner

So you’re thinking of finally turning your dream idea into a reality and setting up your own small business? Or you’re already the proud owner of a small business that’s going well but could do with a bit of a revamp? There are a few basic business principles you need to master before opening

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Article Posted | January 24, 2017

Recent spate of drownings sparks need to review insurance coverage

The festive season is a time for celebrating, spending time with friends and family, and when Australian summers are as hot as this one – head to the pool. With increased time around the water comes an increased risk. Drowning deaths in Australia occur year round but generally peak in January. Thi

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Article Posted | January 18, 2017

New smoke alarm legislation to affect Queensland home-owners

Do you own a property in Queensland? New legislation has been passed by the Queensland parliament that mandates the installation of photoelectric smoke alarms in all bedrooms and in hallways where bedrooms are connected. The legislation will be phased in over a ten year period, starting on January 1

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Article Posted | January 11, 2017

What are the reasons to re-evaluate your commercial property insurance?

There are a number of factors that influence property owners’ insurance decisions and some of these can change over time. Here are some examples as to why you might need to reevaluate your current commercial insurance coverage: A new company or tenant moving into the property to replace the ex

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Article Posted | January 4, 2017

Responding to near misses at work

A near miss is when an accident occurs at work that doesn’t injure anyone, but had the potential to do great harm. Often companies may be tempted to ignore such close calls because of a lack of immediate consequences. For example, a heavy palette of goods could fall off of a truck without inj

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Article Posted | December 18, 2016

Top 10 insurance tips for property developers

The last thing a developer or contractor needs to worry about is the viability of its insurance coverage. One of the most cost effective and time-saving actions a developer or builder can take is to ask a broker to review their insurance policies before a claim arises to ensure that there are no gap

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Article Posted | December 7, 2016

Construction firms face tough economic times

An uncertain economic climate can have wide-reaching effects in the business world, with many companies folding under the mounting weight of financial pressure. The construction sector is particularly vulnerable to changing conditions – something which is evident within the Australian landscap

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Article Posted | November 30, 2016

Providing financial stability in an uncertain economic climate

The construction industry is a fickle sector, and with the current economic climate, many companies across the country have struggled to remain in operation. As work dries up around the nation and debts rise, several firms have collapsed over the years under the weight of financial pressures, includ

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Article Posted | November 23, 2016

Trade credit insurance for business strength and resilience

Implementing robust insurance cover is an important part of any efficient business management plan, but for some companies, unique industry factors can pose an elevated level of risk. Organisations in the building, construction, manufacturing and retail industries are exposed to credit risks, which

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