Beyond all the usual ingredients for a successful launch, you don’t want to underestimate the value of business insurance as you get started. Below are five business insurance policies that can help your startup get off the ground.
1. GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE
Maybe your startup began at your dining room table, but when you’re ready to make the leap to renting an office, you’ll want to consider general liability insurance. Before you sign a commercial lease, know your options and responsibilities. General liability coverage applies when your business is responsible for common accidents, such as: