InsuraGuest to Offer Crum & Forster BOP Coverage to 130+ Classes Via Web Portal

InsuraGuest Technologies, Inc. through its wholly owned U.S. subsidiary Insure The People, LLC (ITP), has launched a new business owner policy (BOP) insurtech portal, www.InsureThePeople.com that is available to more than 130 class codes.

ITP is powered by InsuraGuest’s insurtech platform, which will digitally deliver BOPs to numerous business risks, including retail, wholesale, mercantile, office and business service classes. The BOP product is now available in all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia, where InsuraGuest Insurance Agency is licensed to sell insurance, and is eligible for companies that have sales of up to $6 million per location, with occupancies up to 35,000 square feet, on a minimum annual premium of $250.

ITP’s BOP includes:

  • Property coverage for building and business property, business income and extra expenses
  • Enhanced equipment breakdown (includes micro-circuity)
  • General liability – occurrence limits: $300,000, $500,000, $1 million and $2 million
  • Employment practices liability

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Fiverr Releases Global Small Business Needs Index, With E-Commerce, Dropshipping, and Web Development Services Topping the List

New search data reveals the most in-demand services small businesses are looking for in a post-COVID world

Fiverr International Ltd. (NYSE: FVRR), the company that is changing how the world works together, today released its second semi-annual Small Business Needs Index. This index highlights the variety of different services that small businesses feel will help them succeed in a more online first world. The global list, backed by Fiverr search data, reveals many businesses are searching for tools and services that will help them digitally transform.

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Fiverr released its second Small Business Needs Index, revealing in-demand services small businesses are searching for. (Graphic: Business Wire)

2020 has without a doubt been a challenging time for small businesses as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced worldwide stay-at-home orders and subsequent business shutdowns, from gyms to restaurants and hotels to bus tours.

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