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Got something to say about Small Business Insurance?

Small business owners and operators across South Australia are invited to help Resilient Ready understand what they think and know about small business insurance.

Between August and October, social enterprise Resilient Ready will run two rounds of community and online talks to develop 10 micro-learning modules to help people in small business think differently about insurance.

At each session they will ask for anonymous answers about their small business insurance experiences.

Community talks to be held in:

· Adelaide Hills (23 Aug + 26 Oct)

· Kangaroo Island (29 Aug + 12 Oct)

· Port Augusta (7 Sept + 11 Oct)

· Barossa (19 Sept + 24 Oct)

· Adelaide (20 Sept + 25 Oct)

· Riverland – Berri (21 Sept + 18 Oct)

· Port Lincoln (26 Sept + 19 Oct)

Online talks to be held on:

· 31 Aug

· 8 Sept

· 12 Sept

· 10 Oct

· 18 Oct

· 27 Oct

Register via Eventbrite for community and online events or scan this QR code.

All findings are anonymous with discussed topics to include:

· Types of business insurance

· Affordability

· Underinsurance

· Brokers

· Responsibilities

If you are unable to join a community or online event you can complete the Round 1 survey here.

Findings will inform micro-learning modules and a White Paper report to be shared with government and the insurance industry.

Resilient Ready CEO and founder Renae Hanvin said: “Insurance is critical for every micro to small business.

“These talks are about understanding what South Australian small business owners currently think and do when it comes to small business insurance – so we can help build that knowledge and support every small business to thrive.''

Small and Family Business Minister Andrea Michaels said: “We know that unexpected events, emergencies and natural disasters can have devastating consequences on small businesses.

“That’s why the Malinauskas Government is supporting Resilient Ready to deliver these valuable sessions on the importance of business insurance to safeguard their assets, employees and overall operations.”

  • South Australian Small Business Insurance talks are being delivered as part of a SAFECOM funded disaster risk reduction grant delivered by Resilient Ready in collaboration with the South Australian Department for Industry, Innovation and Science (DIIS) and the Council of Small Business Organisations Australia (COSBOA).

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