Gaming is big business in the UK – supported by a large number of games development companies.
And although every business is different, what remains the same is the need for protection from the risks your organisation faces. From glitches and software errors, to intellectual property breach and cyber crime, a bespoke package of insurance products can help keep your business moving.
Our team are specialists in arranging games developer insurance, working alongside organisations such as TIGA and UKIE:
We’ve worked with businesses of all shapes and sizes across the UK for more than 40 years, so we understand the challenges you face and the importance of providing independent, impartial and practical insurance advice. Our insurance specialists work with a select panel of insurers to ensure you have the right level of cover for your business – and provide expert advice – at a competitive price.
We as a team have worked closely with Alan Boswell Group for 5 years. We’ve always found that we get excellent, prompt service, and good advice on coverage, and they have access to a good range of insurance providers at very competitive rates. We’re happy to recommend them to provide insurance services to those in the technology sector.
Our specialist video games industry insurance is very comprehensive and includes:
Covers the cost of compensating clients for loss or damage resulting from negligent services or advice provided.
Cover for damage to third parties (individuals or property) caused by your business operations e.g. visitor slips over on spill not tidied up.
Cover for employee injury or illness arising as a result of their employment with your business.
Insurance for loss of income from damage to property or an unexpected incident.
Cyber insurance covers the losses relating to damage to, or loss of information from, IT systems, data, and networks.
With a diverse range of risks facing the start-up industry, take a look at the insurance products to help protect your business.
The State Pension: how it works and how you qualify for it.
The rules around the State Pension change from time to time, so make sure you know what to expect when you retire and what options you have.
Excess protection insurance helps you recover the excess you’ve paid after making a claim. We explain how it works, the type of policies it usually applies to, and how it could save you money in the long run.
We’re pleased to announce that we’re now a Propertymark approved industry supplier.