We’re award-winning Albury business insurance brokers for a reason: we care about your success
There are numerous insurance packages being marketed to Albury businesses out there - how do you know if they have your best interests at heart? We are an award-winning business insurance broker who pride ourselves in our proactive and straightforward approach to insurance advisory. We match you with insurance policies suitable to your needs while helping you keep premiums low.
We are also an Australian Financial Services License holder, which means we are regularly audited to ensure we provide a high level of skill with an exceptional level of integrity and service. Essentially, we work for our clients - not the insurers.
Another reason clients choose us is for our extensive insurance network. We help clients access insurance solutions (and premiums) commonly unavailable elsewhere. We also help negotiate claims on our clients’ behalf, so all the hard work is done for you.
Here are some common forms of insurance we help Albury businesses with. This is not an extensive list; further, do not let this list overwhelm you. As business insurance brokers, we’ll help you understand complicated ‘insurance speak’ and do the hard work for you. Please contact us to discuss your business insurance requirements.
With a population of approximately 53,000 people, Albury is a major regional and economic centre of the Riverina region of south-eastern New South Wales. It is home to the iconic Murray River and Lake Hume, which is said to be six times larger than Sydney Harbour. Albury is often partnered with its neighbouring city, Wodonga, which is located on the northern side of the Murray River, in Victoria.
According to REMPLAN, “Albury supports 26,163 jobs and has an annual economic output of $7.914 billion.”
The manufacturing is said to be the biggest contributor of this $7.914 billion, accounting for 17.83% of total output. As well as manufacturing, Albury is also dominated by business services, construction, retail, wholesale and health services. In terms of employment, the health care and social assistance sector is said to be the largest source of employment.
With an increasing population combined with a diverse and resilient economy, there is a positive outlook on Albury’s economy.
If you are an Albury-based business, it is crucial that you are adequately insured against the threat of catastrophes. Being overinsured, underinsured or investing in the incorrect policy can lead to unnecessary costs, and worse yet, the potential demise of your business or a collapse of your assets. As licensed business insurance brokers, we will help you mitigate these risks.
We also have business insurer brokers available in neighbouring locations: