Focus on Selling your Crafts Without Worrying Whether you have the Necessary Cover in Place to Protect your Business
As an insurance broker, we’ll help you work out what craft fair insurance you need, search our selection of insurers and gather suitable craft stall insurance quotes. Then once you’re happy with a suitable policy, we’ll get your cover set up – no stress, no fuss.
Insurance for craft fair requirements will vary depending on the type of crafts you do. We can cover a wide range of crafts and have a variety of different covers available for you to choose from, so contact us to find out more.
Available Craft Fair Insurance Covers**
Contents and stock.
Theft of takings.
Why Insurance for Craft Fairs is Important
If you run a stall, either at a permanent location or a pop-up there are many risks to consider. Craft fairs can be busy places and accidents can happen. For example, if someone trips over an unattended box, cable, or part of your stall, you could be liable for any injury they suffer, or any damage caused. Similarly, if you bump into another person’s stall and damage their products, craft fair public liability insurance can cover the costs you incur. It’s also likely if you’re renting a stall or space in a venue, you will be required to have the right liability insurance in place.
Depending on what you sell, your products could have the potential to cause harm to your customers. Your crafted objects could be sharp and cause an injury, or things like soap and cosmetics could cause irritations or even illness. Product liability insurance can protect your business and cover the costs if your customers bring a claim against you. Even if you only sell your products at certain times of the year, like at Christmas, it’s important to have cover all year round, because your cover needs to be in place when the injury or damage occurs, not just when you sold the product.
If your usual venue is closed, and you can’t sell to your customers, business interruption insurance could cover your loss of earnings for the days when you are unable to sell your crafts. Losing your stock, raw materials or tools could also stop your business in its tracks. Contents and stock insurance can help with recovery costs to get you back to work quickly.
If you have any employees that help you produce your stock or sell your products at craft fairs and events, you are legally required to have employers liability insurance. You may also be taking multiple cash payments for your products, so making sure this is protected with cover like theft of takings is vital.
Without the right insurance in place, recovering from a claim or loss is down to you. A craft fair insurance policy, tailored to your needs protects you, your business, your staff, and your customers, so you can get on with your craft.
Get Craft Fair Insurance
We will make light work of finding you the right craft fair insurance quote at the right price. We know you’re busy, so we’ll provide advice and search for the insurance you need, so you don’t have to. This will leave you to focus on your business and continue crafting knowing you’re well protected. Contact us now.
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** Standard and optional cover may differ dependent upon insurer.
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