Why do Small Events need insurance?
There are probably a few reasons event planning has been named one of the most stressful jobs, and if you’re in the middle of planning one, you know them all too well. Between trying to account for every minute on your run-sheet, and having a second back-up plan if your back-up plan fails, the list of things that could go wrong is endless. No matter how much you plan though, there are some mishaps that no amount of planning can prepare you for. It is therefore important for any business holding events to have adequate insurance for their event. This can help ensure you’re not faced with out-of-pocket costs if unexpected events such as someone slipping and falling leads to a costly lawsuit against your business.
Organising an event of more than 2,000 attendees?
Small Events Insurance. Easy
Easy to understand
- Easy to digest information about what insurances your business needs and buy online
- Or it’s an easy call one of our experienced, friendly brokers on 1800 806 584
Easy to Buy
- Quick quotes available online
- Purchase in just a few clicks
- Options available to pay monthly
Easy to manage
- Adjust your policy anytime you require and manage your renewals with a quick call
- Request certificates of insurance quickly and easily
- Aon can assist you in filing complex claims
Why choose Aon for Small Events Insurance?
When it comes to insurance for events, deciding on the cover you need might not be easy. Aon is committed to making life easier for you by arranging insurance that’s easy to understand, buy and manage, so you can get quotes and take out a policy online in just a few clicks. Or if you do need help, our team of friendly experienced brokers are a phone call away to help you understand what insurances you may or may not need, but more importantly, why. Helping give you confidence that you’re making a better decision for you and your business.
Public Liability for small events (less than 2,000 attendees) is available through Aon online, so you can get quotes and take out cover in just a few clicks.
Event Protect can be taken out for a single event or as an annual policy.1
A key part of this policy is Business Interruption, which can provide protection for lost revenue in the event your business is unable to operate as usual due to an insured peril.
Business Insurance is made up of a number of cover sections, and you can choose the sections that relate to your business. Cover is also available for damage to money (if you keep cash on premises), portable contents such as mobile phones and laptops, and Public Liability.
Prices between $445.50 - $470.25
Prices between $557.70 - $592.35
We can arrange cover for these event types:
- Annual General Meetings (AGMs) / Meetings / Presentations / Award Functions / Conferences / Seminars / Corporate Functions / Gala dinners / Charity Balls
- Corporate or Charity Afternoon Teas / Breakfasts / Brunches / Lunches / Cocktail functions / Dinners and Fundraising Dinners
- Art (or other) Exhibitions
- Community Fairs and Community Markets
- Concerts or Theatre Plays
- Cultural, Film and/or Wine / Food Festivals
- Musicals / Performances / Recitals
- Trivia Nights
We are able to arrange periodical payment solutions including monthly payment through our premium funding option. This option is not available through our online quoting system, so if you are interested in premium funding, we ask that you please contact our Entertainment team on 1800 806 584 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Is insurance a mandatory requirement for events?
While there is no governing body which mandates insurance for events, some of your clients or some event venues may require you to hold Public Liability insurance before commencing work. Regardless of whether it is a requirement, insurance should still be an important consideration if you’re holding an event.
What if I need to make a change to my policy?
It is important to keep your policy up to date with the changing shape of your work and also to keep your business and personal information up to date in the event of a claim.
Should your business circumstances have changed, for example you have changed the services that you offer and you are not sure if your existing insurance covers it anymore, then you can always call one of our experienced friendly brokers to discuss on 1800 806 584.
How do I renew my policy?
Your renewal offer will be sent to you via your elected email address. Approximately 30 days before your renewal date you will receive a renewal email and schedule from Aon. It is important at this stage to review the details of our offer carefully (remember pricing and coverage levels may have changed so it is important to review). If you are happy with the offer and wish to accept there is nothing more for you to do your policy will automatically renew on the expiry date of your previous policy and you will receive an invoice via your elected email. It is important that you pay this invoice by the date specified on your invoice to ensure you are covered, if you do not pay your invoice before the start date your new policy, your cover may lapse.
What should I do if I have not received my certificate of currency or renewal offer/documents?
Please accept our apologies. At Aon we strive to deliver best in class service, so we are sorry to hear you have not received your documents. Please contact us on 1800 806 584 or email@example.com and we will look to send your documents as soon as possible.
What are your opening hours?
Our opening hours are 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Monday to Friday (except public holidays). If you need to contact us out of hours you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pick up your query on the next business day.
Event Protect Insurance is arranged by Aon Risk Services Australia Limited ABN 17 000 434 720 AFSL 241141 as agent for the insurer, XL Insurance Company SE, Australia Branch, ABN 36 083 570 441. If you purchase this insurance, we will receive a commission that is a percentage of the premium. Further information can be provided upon request.