Art-Based Business Insurance in partnership with Fraser & Hoyt Insurance

Information session on Art-Based Business Insurance in partnership with Fraser & Hoyt Insurance

Monday, March 4 @ 5 PM
1113 Marginal Road
Halifax, NS

Please send an email to Andrea at the NSDCC (office@nsdcc.ns.ca) to indicate your interest in attending, along with your medium and any questions you might like to present to Fraser & Hoyt. This will provide the brokers with specific information, so that they may tailor their presentation to the group.

There will be information available specifically for art-based businesses, including studios working with kilns, in woodshops, and other tools and materials which are often considered ‘high-risk.’ The representatives from Fraser & Hoyt will also be providing information regarding steps individual businesses can take to reduce risk in the eyes of insurance providers, making your studios safer, and thereby perhaps an incentive for lower premiums.

This information session will be kept brief and relevant, in order to provide time for our members to have individual conversations with a broker. You will have the opportunity to ask specific questions regarding your studio’s needs.

Please note that we are currently trying to organize similar information sessions in other parts of the province. We are tentatively looking at Wolfville, Lunenburg, and Antigonish, in the hopes that this will make a personal Q & A session accessible to our members throughout the province. Please stay tuned for more information.

Thank you to all of our members who completed the survey regarding craft and art-based business insurance! Your feedback was invaluable!

As member-based organization, we do not advocate the use of a specific insurance provider, although we strongly recommend insurance coverage for your business. Please note that this agreement was organized in good faith by the NSDCC on behalf of VANS and its members.

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