We appreciate your continued trust by allowing us to service your insurance needs. As small business owners ourselves, we understand the importance of networking for business growth and brand recognition. As a way of showing our appreciation, we will be highlighting some of our customers in our newsletters.
If there is anything special or unique your company is doing to give back to the community and you would like us to mention your business, please email us at email@example.com and we will be glad to consider you for our next commercial newsletter.
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Founded in 2015 by husband and wife team Ian and Cynthia, Classic Window aims to give back to the community with a charitable donation for every referral. Just click on the images below to visit their website for more information or follow them on Facebook.
Small Business + Cyber Insecurity
Your business is our business! We know you have so much to do in a day and only so many resources to spare. So that’s why we want to remind you that no matter their size, all companies need prepare for cyber threats.
This article from our friends at The Hartford discusses why even small businesses need to protect themselves from threats and hackers AND where to start when time and budgets are in short supply. And this tip sheet from the FCC has great ideas that small businesses can use today, including links to their cyberplanner where small businesses can create custom security plans for free.
Also our friends at the BBB are offering a FREE program this April to help you learn how to protect your business from email fraud. Finally, call your agent to discuss the best Cyber Insurance options for your small business. That’s what we’re here for!
Storm Season for Smart Business Owners
Storm season is here in the Midwest. Hail, thunderstorms, tornadoes, and floods can all result in costly damages and claims to your business. Construction sites can be especially vulnerable to wind and water – check out this article from Traveler’s on how to prepare your job site before the storms hit. BeReady.gov and FEMA have created this app for quick weather updates on the go. Consider investing in a weather radio so if you lose power or internet you are still connected.