Business Protection Charlotte NC

There are four types of business protection on offer to ensure companies can keep trading in unexpected situations - keyperson insurance, director shareholder protection, partnership protection and business loan protection.

North Carolina SBTDC
(704) 548-1090
8701 Mallard Creek Road
Charlotte, NC
 
Insite Corporate Coaching & Training
(704) 814-6784
2930 Providence Hills Dr
Charlotte, NC
 
Beacon Small Business Solutions
(803) 802-7676
1171 Market St
Charlotte, NC
 
A Natural Bent - for Executive and Business Coaching
(704) 880-3391
17811 Hafl Moon Lane, Suite Q
Cornelius, NC
 
North Carolina SBTDC
(704) 548-1090
8701 Mallard Creek Road
Charlotte, NC
 
UpSurge Business Solutions
1-877-642-4021 x104
PO Box 620002
Charlotte, NC
 
Successful Ventures (dba., Focal Point Business Coaching)
(803) 431-6956
115 Doby Creek Court
Fort Mill, SC
 
Gold Hill Tax & Small Business Services
(803) 548-0817
2166 Gold Hill Rd
Charlotte, NC
 
Performance Coaching Inc
(704) 655-9107
18640 Greyton Ln
Charlotte, NC
 
North Carolina SBTDC
(828) 227-3504
204 Forsyth Building
Cullowhee, NC
 

Business Protection

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Source: Money Marketing
Publication date: April 30, 2009

Stephen Crosbie, proposition development manager for individual protection at Aegon, says there is great potential in business protection and advisers should take a step into this relatively untapped market

IFAs who do not offer business protection insurance are turning their back on a lucrative market and one desperately in need of advice and guidance.

With around 4.7 million businesses in the UK, that adds up to a potential market for life cover alone worth an eye-popping pound 500bn in sums assured.

In many instances, advisers themselves run small businesses or are part of one. They know the problems as well as the solutions but are reluctant to get involved because they think business protection is too technical or time-intensive.

But once you start making contacts with small businesses, there can be a snowball effect. People who run small businesses talk to one another and, as we all know, word of mouth is usually the best recommendation.

Like personal protection, the idea is to insure against the unexpected. However, when you are talking about small businesses, the unexpected can have a serious effect on continued success and on the incomes of those involved.

There are four types of business protection on offer to ensure companies can keep trading in unexpected situations - keyperson insurance, director shareholder protection, partnership protection and business loan protection.

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