Our guides gives you the facts so you can make an informed choice when you compare business insurance policies and providers.
Looking for info on insurance for builders? We’ll give you the foundations of what to look out for…
Co-working removes the stress of business premises insurance and can offer a creative hub, but don't forget about protecting your possessions.
Come rain or snow, your business insurance should cover you for every eventuality, even making a loss. This is where business interruption insurance comes in.
Do you cater for parties, corporate events, festivals or weddings? If so, you might want to take a look at insurance for your catering business.
Catering business insurance »
Keep a spotless record with cleaning business insurance.
Cleaning business insurance »
Want to hear a construction joke? Sorry, we’re still working on it. Though what we do have is this roof-raising guide to construction insurance.
Are you a building contractor, independent IT specialist or maybe an odd-jobs worker? No matter what type of contract work you do, you may want to take a look at our guide to contractors' insurance.
Find out how to protect your business from cyber-attacks and viruses with our helpful guide to cyber risk insurance.
Cyber-risk business insurance »
Looking for info on directors’ and officers’ insurance? We’ll give you the lowdown on what to look out for…
Directors' and officers' insurance »
Understand what employers' liability insurance covers, why it's necessary, how much cover is required and how you can get a good deal before comparing quotes.
Compare public liability insurance for events, whether you’re planning a one-off coffee morning, or an annual music festival.
Events insurance »
Flood Re may help property owners in flood-risk areas access affordable home insurance, but it excludes businesses. Find out why.
Find out more about goods in transit insurance, and the levels of cover your business could need for your stock.
Efficiency and organisation can be the difference between The Ritz and Fawlty Towers. Keep your hotel on the right side of that equation by acing the admin – that includes hotel insurance.
Hotel insurance »
What business insurance should you think about if you're opening or running a pop-up shop or temporary restaurant?
If you're self-employed or work from your house you need to think about home insurance cover and whether you also need business insurance.
According to Del Boy, “He who dares, wins!” So see if you can get a winning deal on market traders' insurance!
Compare business insurance to get cheaper contents and buildings protection for your workspace and office.
Understand what professional indemnity insurance covers, why it's necessary, how much cover is required and how you can get a good deal.
Protect your pub, barroom, alehouse, bistro and boozer with a round of pub insurance. Cheers!
Understand what public liability insurance covers, why it's necessary, how much cover is required and how you can get a good deal.
Every cafe, bistro, brasserie and buffet restaurant needs restaurant insurance to keep you protected as your dish up food and drink for the paying public.
If you’ve ever dreamed of running your own little craft store, or forging the next high-street chain, you’ll need retail insurance.
Retail insurance »
Find out more about shop insurance, what it covers and whether your commercial property is protected against dangers including flooding.
No matter how small, businesses need insurance for things like for stock, premises and legal liability. Compare cover for sole traders and companies.
Insurance for business travel, goods in transit, tools, data processing, engineering, fidelity guarantee, loss of cash, glass and shutters and more.
Find out more about making sure your tools are protected in the event of theft or loss.
If you're a self-employed tradesman or you run a small business with employees, you'll need some kind of business insurance.
Ensuring you have the right business insurance to cover problems caused by adverse weather could be crucial to the survival of your company. Find out more…
Find out more about business bank accounts and how they differ from personal current accounts.
A business credit card may suit you if you own a business or regularly use plastic to pay expenses, but be aware of annual fees - and of the need for a good credit rating.
Need a business loan? Find out about secured and unsecured finance, peer-to-peer, crowdfunding and government-backed business start-up loans.
Business loans »
Find out more about the differences between business and standard travel insurance, and why you should check you're covered by your employer.
Business travel insurance »
See the advantages and disadvantages of a business accepting debit and credit card payments and find out about terminals, acquirers, merchant service agreements and charges, and more.
Find out more about different types of commercial mortgages, interest rates and what to do if you want to buy a business premises.
Adopting sustainable practices with your business' utilities use may make both environmental and economic sense, meaning you could go green and boost the bottom line.
Could you build and maintain your own business website? It may be easier than you think...
Everything you need to know about driving a personal vehicle for business use, whether you're self-employed or working for a company.
Insuring a private car for business use »
Whether you're a professional or amateur sports club, insurance liabilities are an area to give serious consideration to.
Learn more about how to get the right policy in the many-faceted world of trader insurance, including car jockey insurance.
Could a P2P loan help you out with your business finances? Find out more about crowdfunding and compare peer-to-peer loans.
If you want to be your own boss, make sure you know your legal, tax and insurance obligations first.
Learn more about insuring lorries, HGVs and trucks, whether as an owner-operator or if you need fleet cover.
Keep your business on the move with the right level of breakdown insurance, whether you need fleet cover or individual vehicle or driver protection.
Find out more about the pros and cons of covering multiple business cars, vans and HGVs on one policy.