Introducing WeWork Insurance Essentials
Insurance made for tech startups.
VOUCH PROPRIETARY COVERAGES
Comprehensive coverages for tech startups.
Business insurance that scales with your startup.
General Liability and Business Property protects against losses and injuries in your office, shared workspace, or remote environment.
Investors typically require limits to their liability with coverages like Directors & Officers and Crime when raising debt or equity financing.
Employment Practices Liability coverage protects in the event of a wrongful termination claim, wage dispute, or a harassment complaint.
When customers depend on your offering, Errors & Omissions and Cyber protects from damage caused by downtime, mistakes and hacks.
You've achieved product-market fit and it's time to scale. Risk management becomes more complex as your company grows, so ensure your Vouch Insurance Advisor is connected with your expanding risk team.
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CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE
COI Submission Form
General Liability provides important baseline protection for running your business, such as helping protect your business assets when visitors get injured on your property or by your product, when a third party accuses you of libel or slander, or when a lawsuit results from these types of third-party damages.
Business Personal Property provides coverage for the cost of repairing or replacing business property owned by your business when it’s damaged by “covered events” which usually include:
WeWork’s standard US Membership Agreement requires all members to maintain personal property and general commercial liability insurance coverage.
- Fire and smoke
- Lightning strikes
- Water damage originating indoors (burst pipes, sprinklers, etc.)
While the formats of COIs can vary, most COIs follow the standard Acord format such as this (Acord 25).
For WeWork’s requirements, General Liability and Business Personal Property are often two different formats but can be combined.
Is the policy still valid? Make sure the policy is not expired on your COI.
Does it show the required coverage? WeWork requires that you have General Liability insurance. This should be displayed along with the policy number and policy coverage dates in your COIs.
Here’s an example COI showing proof of General Liability coverage.
- Box 1 will be where you/your company’s name and info will appear
- Box 2 is where you’ll find information on your General Liability policy, including the effective date and expiration date
75 Rockefeller Plaza, Floor 10
New York, New York
If you have a question about WeWork's insurance requirements, please reach out to Insurance@wework.com.
If you are having trouble uploading your COI to WeWork, please submit a support ticket via the WeWork Member Network / mobile app.