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Insurance solutions for event organisation and entertainment companies

Event organisers and companies operating in entertainment sector can face risks that can cost valuable time and money. For instance, fire may break out, performers and visitors may get into an accident during events. These are the risks every company operating in the sector faces. To manage these risks better, we recommend to buy insurance. This way the company can focus on its core business and leave the mitigation of risks to ERGO.

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Corporate clients’ insurance solutions can sometimes be quite complex. Our professional corporate clients administrators help to choose the right insurance solutions that fit the needs of the company, so that the company could be protected against all possible risks in the right amount. Please contact us and we will help you to manage your risks!

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What kind of risks may materialise?

Event organisers face several risks. Here are some real-life examples of insured events.

Requirements in organising international events

In organising international events broad variety of different requirements may be posed by the umbrella organisations and agencies of performers, who provide specific requirements about liability insurance, for instance.

Fire breaks out in a concert

Part of the stage equipment is destroyed and the building is damaged. Fire causes panic among the visitors, causing injuries to people due to crowd jostling, and the event organiser is responsible for that.

Accident occurs during bicycle race

Dog of a spectator runs on the road causing group crash. Dozens of cyclists get injured. The bicycle race organiser has to bear the costs related to health damage of the cyclists.

Storm breaks out in a fair

Windstorm breaks out in an outdoor fair causing the tearing of the tent hooks. The tent takes off and breaks several stalls and injures visitors. This causes financial losses to the fair participants and injuries to the fair visitors.