SME Insurance

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SME Insurance

What is SME Insurance?

SME (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) insurance refers to insurance products specifically designed to meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses. These businesses often have unique risks and challenges that may differ from larger corporations, so SME insurance provides tailored coverage to address those specific concerns.

SME insurance typically includes a range of coverage options, such as:

Property Insurance: Protects physical assets owned by the business, including buildings, equipment, and inventory, against risks like fire, theft, and natural disasters.

Liability Insurance: Covers legal liabilities arising from third-party claims of injury, property damage, or negligence. This can include general liability insurance, professional liability insurance (errors and omissions), and product liability insurance.

Business Interruption Insurance: Helps cover the financial losses incurred due to unexpected disruptions to the business operations, such as fire, natural disasters, or other events that force the business to close temporarily.

Commercial Vehicle Insurance: Covers vehicles owned or used by the business for work-related purposes, providing protection against accidents, theft, and liability claims.

Workers' Compensation Insurance: Mandatory in many jurisdictions, this insurance covers medical expenses and lost wages for employees who are injured or become ill while on the job.

Cyber Insurance: Protects against losses from data breaches, cyberattacks, and other cyber incidents that may affect the business's digital assets and operations.

Key Person Insurance: Provides coverage in case a key employee or owner becomes incapacitated or passes away, helping the business manage the financial impact of losing their expertise or leadership.

Health Insurance: Some SME insurance packages may include options for health insurance benefits for employees, helping attract and retain talent.

SME insurance can be customized to suit the specific needs and risks of different types of businesses, whether they operate in retail, manufacturing, services, or other industries. It's essential for SMEs to assess their risks carefully and work with insurance professionals to select the appropriate coverage to protect their assets, employees, and operations.

What is covered in a SME Insurance Plan?

  • Secures Your Enterprise
  • Third-Party Liability
  • Risk Management
  • Secures Your Employees
  • Lawsuit Cover
  • Protection from Natural Disasters

Protect and save Your money

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Easy process systems

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Digital insurance Policy

Liability protection if someone is injured

Insurance Benifits

  • Large number of insurance policies
  • Cover for Critical Situations
  • Experience & qualified Staff
  • Team of Experts Staff

What does SME stand for in insurance? SME stands for small to medium-sized enterprise, in the insurance world and beyond. These account for more than nine in 10 UK businesses [1]. SMEs fall into various categories. For example, they can be structured as sole traders, limited companies or partnerships.

Business insurance offers protection against risks such as thefts, fires, accidents, and also natural disasters. A small business can handle these financial risks and protect all its assets with sufficient insurance coverage.

With initiatives like Digital India, Start-up India, and Make in India, SMEs can easily access benefits like unsecured SME loans, infrastructure, and technology. Their role in the economy will likely grow in the coming years, making them an integral part of India's economic landscape.

The company should be registered in India under the Companies Act 1956/2013. The post-issue paid-up capital should not exceed Rs 25 crores. The company should have a track record of at least three years. The company should have positive net worth in at least two out of three financial years.