Once your startup begins hiring employees, using outside vendors, or working with independent contractors, your startup business insurance needs change as your risk exposure increases.
To attract top talent and investment, you need to be able to prove that your company has the ability to absorb that cost without putting C-suite officers or your investors’ assets in danger.
In the fast-paced world of startups, having insurance in place can mean the difference between making the deal or getting passed over for a more prepared competitor.
We answer the top questions that startup leaders have about E&O insurance and tell you what to keep your eye out for in terms of exclusions.
As cybercrime becomes more sophisticated and widespread, cyber security is an even more pressing concern for startups.