On Friday 27th Aug, the Taoiseach made an announcement. Yet another announcement, that had thousands of households and their livelihoods hanging in the balance.
Over the past months, there has been a gradual easing of restrictions as our Vaccine programme was implemented. And while we can get our eyebrows waxed or plucked and our beards trimmed or shaved...
On Tuesday of this week, the Government announced a long awaited and much needed support scheme for the Live Performance Sector. But what does it really mean for the industry and how will it translate in real terms?read more
Are you an event organiser, do you run an event management company or are you part of a local voluntary festival committee? Like everyone in the events and live entertainment industry, are you at a loss as to how you can sustain your events and maintain some level of engagement and activity?read more
In response to demands for support and well founded worries about the future and viability of the Arts, Culture and Events sector in Ireland. The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media has published their recommendations in report “LIFE WORTH LIVING”, which include wide reaching initiative and funding to support our beleaguered sector.read more
Over the last number of months, we have seen how resilient the Events & Arts sector is. Our Clients have found new ways to create content, to engage whilst socially distant and continue certain events. Watch a video from our Underwriting Team, talking about the resilience of the sector.read more
Lloyd’s is proposing to transfer certain EEA insurance policies to Lloyd’s Brussels. This affects our Personal Accident Policy Holders only. The proposed transfer will not change terms and conditions of any policy, except that Lloyd’s Brussels will become the insurer and Data Controller in respect of the transferred policies.read more
Recent weeks have had an unprecedented and damaging effect on the events sector, so we thought we would give a summary of the developments here, as they happen. Hopefully there will be further announcements soon, to give certainty to a nervous events sectorread more
The festivities of St Patrick’s Day signifies the beginning of the festival season in Ireland. The Irish love nothing more than to shake off the winter blues with huge St Patrick’s day festivals, events and parades in all our cities, towns and villages. It is a great draw for tourists and the events we see are increasingly elaborate and getting bigger every year...read more
Events and the cost of insurance have hit the headlines in recent weeks, with reports of the impact of fraud and claims, and its knock on effect to the cost of insurance. Eventinsure want to reassure our customers that there is some good news regarding insurance and the Irish Festival & Events Sector. Eventinsure expect a stable rating environment for the short-to-medium term, and have no planned changes to underwriting appetite or to rates in the near future.read more