You’ve put a lot of hard work into making your entrepreneurial dreams come true. Long days, longer nights, and hefty investments have all gone into running your own business. But like a bad haircut on a first date, one costly loss can ruin all your hard-earned success. In fact, 40% of small businesses don’t recover after a disaster. To overcome these odds, it’s important to manage your risks and have the right business insurance policy in place to help you keep your business running after a costly loss.
40% of small businesses don’t recover after a disaster.
Learning about risk management and insurance, however, can be stressful, intimidating, and let’s face it, sometimes boring. It’s hard to find relevant information. On top of that, you’ve got a million things on your plate. Between handling your regular business items and addressing any sudden surprises, you barely have enough time to eat a proper meal; the last thing you want to do at the end of a long day is spend hours online researching a dull topic like insurance.
Don’t worry, though — we’ve listened to your cries for help and came up with a solution. We’ve developed an interactive, online tool that can help you learn about risk management, understand your business insurance needs, get a customized quote, and buy a policy in just a few short minutes.
Our tool quickly educates you on what types of insurance can help you protect your business. We’ll ask you a few simple questions to get to know your business better. This will help us provide you with tailored information (in plain English!) on what areas of your business you need to protect, and what risks are the most likely to damage your business. For example, if you run a photography business, you could face a lawsuit from a client if you happen to overlook critical information, make a faulty recommendation, or miss a deadline. That’s where professional liability insurance would come in handy!
We’ll provide you with tailored info (in plain English!) on what you need to protect and what risks are the most likely to damage your business.
We can also recommend the types of insurance you may want to consider, based on the specific type of business that you run. Are you a landscaper? You may want equipment breakdown insurance. Do you run a clothing store? Business interruption insurance can help you deal with bills that pile up if your business needs to close temporarily. With this detailed information, you can build the insurance policy that’s just right for you and your business.
We don’t believe in cookie-cutter policies!
Our tool gives you a real-time quote for an insurance policy that’s customized for your business. With this customized quote, you’ll have peace of mind knowing what you’ll be covered for and how much of your hard-earned money you’ll need to spend if you choose to shop with TruShield. If you like what you see, you can even take the final step and buy your customized insurance policy online, all in one seamless experience.
Why did we build this?
We know that small business owners like yourself are strapped for time. We also know that finding useful information online about insurance can be excruciatingly difficult. We built this interactive tool to solve both of these problems.
We wanted to create a great customer experience by providing a catered coaching journey that’s informative, transparent, and honest. Our goal is to provide you with the knowledge that you need to protect your business.
We’re proud to be the first direct-to-consumer small business insurance provider in Canada. And don’t think this is a one-and-done deal! We’re here for the long haul. At TruShield, we want to build long-lasting, meaningful relationships with Canadian entrepreneurs like you. We respect you, we understand your needs, we share your drive, and we’re committed to serving you!
So what are you waiting for? Try us out today and get all the quick and easy information that you need to protect your business!
This blog is provided for information only and is not a substitute for professional advice. We make no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information and will not be responsible for any loss arising out of reliance on the information. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply to coverage. See policy for details.