Paul Chaney


Paul Chaney Paul Chaney is a Staff Writer for Small Business Trends. He covers industry news, including interviews with executives and industry leaders about the products, services and trends affecting small businesses, drawing on his 20 years of marketing knowledge. Formerly, he was editor of Web Marketing Today and a contributing editor for Practical Ecommerce.

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  1. Aira Bongco

    Insurance is very important because it serves as a safety net for businesses in case things go wrong. It can also help in making the business more stable.

  2. My brother has been wanting to start a shipping business and is trying to decide what kind of services he will need. You mentioned that business insurance shows your prospective clients and customers that you’re a safe bet. Do most small businesses have specific types of insurance coverage? Getting some insurance quotes could be very beneficial.

  3. Property and liability are normal coverages. Workmans comp is needed if there are employees. Let us know if you have more questions.

  4. A good friend of mine was telling me about his idea to start up his own business, but he doesn’t know a lot about how to do it or what the insurance process would look like. I didn’t realize that business insurance can cover unforeseen accidents like hurricanes and fires, but this seems like something that would be really necessary to have before something like that happened. If I were to ever start a business, I would be sure to make sure my assets and employees were covered. I’ll share this information with my friend in case he decides he wants to go through with his idea!

  5. I’m planning on becoming a small business owner, and I think your post is extremely helpful. I like how you mentioned that you need a business insurance because you cannot predict the future. This is something I would definitely consider, especially I was someone just starting out. Good read.

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