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Car Club Corner
This month's Car Club feature is on Driftworks - find out more about Driftworks on the Car Clubs Corner page.
Category Archives: Commercial Business Insurance
This is going to be a new regular monthly feature on the Sky Insurance Blog – we have many affiliations with Car Clubs and Car Forums throughout the UK and each month we will highlight a different Car Club to give you the run-down on what they are about and links to their website/forum. To start with, we are looking at one of our old favourites, Driftworks. Driftworks Forum Members: 41,265 Started: 2004 Angle: Drifting & Related Car Parts Tagline: The Worlds Largest Drifting Website, Parts Store and Forum Events: Organised AwesomeFest in 2011 What’s going on: Heavily involved with the feature film about Drifting in Japan called ‘Outsiders’ – you can purchase a copy from their website. About Driftworks … Continue reading
The excellent Business Link website has lots of free and very useful information for anyone running or starting a business – it has a section whereby you can enter details of your business and it will highlight what types of Business Insurance cover you require to have in place – some mandatory and some optional. It is a very helpful tool. We ran through a ‘sample scenario’ and these are the results below, which you will see are very helpful for highlighting what insurance cover you should be thinking about for your business. Certain types of insurance cover are mandatory and your business must be covered by law. Other types are recommended and should be seriously considered to help prevent … Continue reading
In a survey compiled by the CBI, the business sentiment within the small and medium sized manufacturers in the UK were ‘optimistic’ of growth in orders and production. This showed a 12% increase on the results of the previous year. WIth this positive news came the indication of a 16% increase on employment numbers within small and medium sized manufacturers. For the full article and result, view the CBI website. (Review published May 2012)
Sky Insurance move into their brand new offices in Potters Bar. Previously, Sky Insurance ran their business from two different branches, one in Enfield Town and the other in Darkes Lane, Potters Bar. The Enfield office concentrated mainly on the Personal Lines type of insurances – motor, commercial business and household insurance, while the Potters Bar office dealt with short-term insurance schemes. As the business has been expanding and staff numbers increased, it was clear that a larger office capacity was going to be required. From a business perspective, the merge of the two branches benefits both the business and customers, who often will require more than one type of insurance cover – and with Sky Insurance’s offer of multi-policy … Continue reading