After an unpredictable 2020, we’re all acutely aware of how vulnerable small businesses can be in the face of disruption. And while many SMEs were able to think on their feet and adapt to the conditions, it’s made one thing abundantly clear - many need a safety net and insurance is more important than ever.
When someone has worked hard to build a business, the smart thing to do is to protect it. Thinking that bad things won’t fly in the post-pandemic era.
As we all know, small businesses were hit hard last year. Even ones that had been thriving struggled to survive. Take Atlas Dining in Melbourne. Once a flourishing fine-dining restaurant with a hatted chef, they were forced to rethink their strategy when the pandemic shut restaurants.