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A recent study by the Insurance Council of Australia, reveals that a significant gap exists between Small and Medium-sized Enterprises’ (SMEs) perception of their risk coverage and the actual protection they have in place. 90% of SMEs believe their risk coverage is sufficient, however in reality one-third lack the proper protective measures against potential risks.
Luckily, insurance providers and insurance brokers can help bridge this gap, especially for micro and small businesses. They can play an important role as financial guardians and partners for micro and small business sourcing and activating the right level and type of cover, providing not only access to policies that offer better protection, but also in supporting the ongoing business finance education and risk mitigation guidance, to help the self employed grow their business and thrive.
Guest: Carol Anne Priest, Founder and CEO of Imalia Insurance.
Carole-Anne is a lawyer, CEO, and innovator with a diverse background, including serving as president and COO of Swire Blanch Australia and Asia, leading Altiora Insurance Solutions to success, and receiving multiple awards for her achievements. As a founding partner of Imalia, she’s dedicated to creating innovative financial services for women, while in her personal and community life, she enjoys farm life and serves as Deputy Chair and Director of Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway, among other roles.
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