Insurance doesn't sound very festive, but if you work with festivals or events of any size, it is important that you have the right level of insurance cover. If you are ever in doubt, our Events team are happy to talk you through the type of insurance you require. In the meantime, this guide should help you get started:

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These days there are many ways to purchase insurance including buying directly with an insurance company, your banks or building societies. However, using an Insurance Broker’s expertise may help you make the best informed decision. The following 7 reasons will help you understand why “cutting out the middle man” could result in a client being overcharged or worse, under insured.

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Fronting is when someone insures a car in their own name on behalf of another driver, who is often younger and less experienced. This is a Fraudulent Practice and can result in a criminal conviction.

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​​As January comes to a close, pay day is around the corner (finally!) and now is the time that your 2017 financial resolutions will be put to the test. But not to worry, it’s easier than you think to start saving. Whether you want to be a regular saver or to invest a lump sum, there is a savings plan out there for you.

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From the 20th of January all schools, colleges and training organisations looking to recruit international non EU students are to have Enrolled Learner Protection in place for their students.

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We Are Hiring! We are looking for a couple of people to join the ODON team! Check out our Jobbio profile for more information!

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So you need to buy event insurance, do you know exactly what it is you need? Kathryn from our Festival & Events team explains exactly what to look out for!

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We are over the sliotar-shaped-moon to announce that Sarah Coyne, of our Personal Lines department, won the Senior 6 Player of the Year Award at the this year's Dublin Camogie Annual Awards

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The deadline for applications for Irish Arts Council Visual Arts Bursaries is approaching.

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A little summary of nice things to do in Ireland the first week of July!

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We are delighted to announce that we will be attending Lloyd’s Ireland Meet the Market Day

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It’s that time of year again, the RAI AGM takes place in Dublin on the 26th of March 2014.

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