Small business policy

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Small business policy

Insurance coverage available to new exporters and small businesses.

Small Business Policy

An insurance policy that a start-up or other small business may purchase to protect it against losses, at least for a certain period of time.
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Profitably servicing small business policies is an industry-wide challenge that our new partner has solved with minimal start up capital.
Groupama is an underwriter for the AA as well as provider of non-standard cover and niche small business policies, largely through brokers.
To make it easier for small contractors and their agents, for example, Hartford Steam Boiler offers its contractors E&O coverage as an enhancement to the small business policies of other insurance companies that partner with us.
Survey comments revealed frustration with the "lack of support for pro-growth small business policies," and the "uncertainty created among consumers and investors" by the "negative rhetoric coming out of Washington.
CUSO to help develop small business policies and procedures.
Small business policies must recognise the characteristics of small businesses.
Velazquez has been a leading critic of the administration's small business policies, and does not intend to let up.
Online binding of small business policies with prefilled applications, digital signatures and online payment.
The Institute of Directors - whose 35,000 members include energy supply fat cats - is backing his small business policies.
Our policy count in the lower Manhattan area of New York is small, mostly consisting of small business policies.
Nasdaq: SIGI), announced today that its independent agent partners have issued more than $2 million in business through "One & Done," Selective's Internet-enabled business system that allows agents to quote, bind and process small business policies within minutes.
Quite to the contrary, the ASBL strongly believes the Obama Administration will use the task force to roll out a variety of anti small business policies, such as changing the definition of small business from independently owned to include firms owned and controlled by some of the nation's wealthiest venture capitalists.
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