Whether you’re just beginning to set up your small business or are already established in the crafting industry, it never hurts to imagine, “what if?” What if someone takes a tumble on an icy sidewalk outside your shop? What if you sell a sewing machine that turns out to have an electrical fault? What if a massive hurricane brings floodwaters to your shop? Luckily, you can be your own risk manager and prepare for a great many of these “what ifs” by purchasing insurance for your business. By understanding the coverage options you have, you can protect yourself and your business against the unknown.
Coronavirus is impacting the supply chain for craft businesses large and small due to factory quarantines and closures plus shipping delays in China.
In the company’s second quarter 2019 earnings report Michaels CEO Mark Cosby promised to serve the dedicated maker rather than the novice.
Any business that sells products to consumers must consider the risks of products liability claims: lawsuits filed by people who allegedly are injured or suffer losses from defective or improperly performing products. Getting product liability insurance can protect you if a claim is filed. Here’s what you need to know.
By understanding the insurance coverage options you have, you can protect yourself and your business against the unknown.