Business insuranceStride can provide specialist cover to a wide range of UK businesses including retailing, wholesale, motor trade, engineering and construction.
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Why choose business insurance from Stride?
When your business is your livelihood, protecting it by taking out quality insurance is essential. Stride arranges cover for businesses both large and small, obtaining competitive quotes from the UK’s leading insurers, including AXA, Aviva and Zurich. Some of the sectors we provide cover for include:
- Leisure and hospitality
- Motor trade
- Professional service - including solicitors and accountants
Every industry has its own risks, so whether you need to protect your shop’s stock, improve the safety of workers on-site, or cover your office’s equipment and furniture, we can provide a policy to protect your business and safeguard your most valuable assets.
In the event you need to make a claim, our in-house claims team is here to support you every step of the way. We’ll strive to deal with your case as efficiently as possible, helping you to get back on your feet with minimum disruption to your business.
Stride is an independent broker, meaning we’re not tied to a particular insurer. This allows us to offer all of our clients impartial support and advice, as we focus on finding the best value policy for their individual needs.
We have over 40 years of industry experience and pride ourselves on our friendly, professional and personal approach to insurance broking.
- Bespoke cover tailored to your business needs
- In-house claims support team
- Independent advice
- Range of optional specialise products
This type of insurance is aimed at:
As well as sector-specific cover, we offer a range of specialist products, including cyber insurance and tax investigation insurance. These additional benefits give your protection an extra boost to ensure that your business, staff and customers are fully-protected against any unforeseen events.
We also offer a wealth of resources you may find useful, covering subjects such as the discount rate scandal and reducing fire risk in commercial properties.