Corporate Travel a better way to go!

Attention business owners!

Did you know that as a director of a company, a corporate travel policy is valid for both your business and leisure travel worldwide? The cover can also include additional business executives and other employees on the move. 

While many entry-level travel insurance policies contain various exclusions that can leave travellers exposed, Corporate Travel products offer comprehensive cover for the business traveller. Depending on the plan and level of cover required, most Corporate Travel Insurance policies will cover you for:

  • Emergency Hospital and Medical Expenses (usually Unlimited)
  • Money
  • Accidental Death, Disability and Loss of Income
  • Travel Disruption, Cancellations, Loss of Deposits
  • Kidnap and Ransom
  • Medical Repatriation/Evacuation
  • Replacement of lost travel documents and baggage
  • Hire Car Expenses
  • Lost, Stolen or Damaged Baggage
  • Personal Liability during your travel

 

A cost effective, single annual policy takes care of all trips by the frequent business traveller, and nominated additional travellers, within the policy period. No longer do you need to think about travel insurance every time you plan a trip. Buy once, then forget it and travel with peace of mind knowing you’re covered for just about any eventuality.

The benefits go well beyond cover offered by a retail or credit card travel policy. As well as the professional service you would expect, there are significant benefits in Corporate Travel cover including coverage for pre-existing conditions and cover for Travellers over 65 years of age. Upper age limits vary from underwriter to underwriter.

 

Should you wish to obtain a quotation or for further information on Corporate Travel Insurance, please contact our office.  

 

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