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How To Improve Security in Business Parks and Retail Centers

Crime is a growing problem across many parts of the state, particularly near businesses and busy retail centers. On an almost daily basis there are news reports of crime occurring at shopping malls, restaurants, banks, and grocery stores, with crimes ranging from robbery, assault, or car burglaries. With companies working around the clock to increase their revenue and deal with labor shortages, the last thing they need is to suffer losses or liability issues because of crime on their commercial property.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is It Time to Amend Your Business Insurance

The past 18 months have been a time of uncertainty and changes for businesses across multiple industries. Many have had to tweak their business models, change their workflow and operations, and learn how to operate with ever-changing customer needs, health ordinances, and labor shortages. Although these changes have helped many companies survive the hardships of the pandemic, they may also impact business insurance policies by revealing gaps in coverage or needed adjustments in policies.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Hire Better Contractors for Your Business Repairs and Renovations

Over time, a business may find itself in need of a contractor to perform repairs, renovations, or replace key equipment or utility areas. For example, a busy restaurant may need to repair plumbing connections, or a retailer may need to replace damaged walkways or uneven flooring. In these cases, a contractor is needed, but it can be difficult to hire one that is trustworthy and performs quality work.

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Written by Adam Miller
Making Your Parking Lot Safer for Customers and Employees

Businesses rely on both employees and customers in order to make their business successful, so it's important that both are safe when they're on your commercial property. No employee or customer should ever feel unsafe when they're coming or going from a business, nor should they risk injury walking or driving on a commercial lot. With crime on the rise, it's more important than ever for businesses to take also initiative and work to minimize potential crime on their commercial property.

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Written by Adam Miller
Insurance Changes Needed When Your Business Switches to Brick and Mortar

Some of most successful businesses started off small, whether in home offices, garages, through online shops, food trucks, or farmer's markets. Over time a humble startup can grow and expand to brick-and-mortar locations, and with that growth comes important financial changes and decisions. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some of the insurance changes that arise when your business expands into a brick-and-mortar location, and how Aegis can help navigate those changes.

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Written by Adam Miller
Why Your Business Needs a Dedicated Insurance Agent

You can create a much-needed service or great product idea, but owning and running a business often involves a crash course in many other areas, such as permits, taxes, payroll, legal contracts, and especially commercial insurance. People with great ideas and plans for their business growth can quickly get derailed because they don't know how to manage all of the corresponding issues that come with running a business. In today's Aegis blog post, we discuss why businesses need a dedicated insurance agent to help them protect what matters most.

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Written by Adam Miller
How to Protect Your Business This Hurricane Season

Businesses are already looking ahead towards the summer as a time of growth and increased foot traffic, but it's also important to remember that we're also nearing the start of hurricane season. With tens of thousands of businesses across Texas and the Gulf Coast, it's essential to make preparations now to ensure your business faces minimal impact from any possible hurricanes, tropical storms, or heavy flooding in our region. Today's Aegis blog post focuses on some ways companies can better protect themselves before the start of hurricane season.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Prevent Copper Wire Theft on Your Commercial Property

Businesses of all industries have been hit hard by a growing wave of thieves in search of copper and copper wiring. Restaurants, retailers, office buildings, contractors, and more have all been victims of this specific kind of crime due to the soaring price of scrap copper among recyclers and scrap yards.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Business Prepared for Sudden Growth?

Every business owner dreams of their company taking off and growing by leaps and bounds, whether through a stream of loyal customers, an effective ad campaign, or even a viral video. Unfortunately, not all companies are ready to handle sudden growth, and dropping the ball on an influx of new business could mean disaster later. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some of the ways sudden business growth can impact a company, and how companies can be better prepared to handle it.

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Written by Adam Miller
Are You Ready For The Start of Hurricane Season?

For businesses along the Gulf Coast, June 1 marked the start of another important time period – the start of hurricane season. From June 1 through November 30, companies across the region must stay aware of weather conditions in the tropics in the event serious weather threatens the coast. In today's Aegis blog, we discuss how you can best prepare your commercial property for the start of hurricane season.

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