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What Do Criminals See When They Look At Your Commercial Property?

Business owners will often spend a considerable amount of money to make their commercial property functional, easy to access, and welcoming to customers and visitors. However, criminals will look at a commercial property and notice very different things as they determine if a business would be a valuable and easy target. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at four things criminals may look for first when passing by your commercial property, and what security measures can help protect your business.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Ways Commercial Insurance Protects Your Business When You’re Not Open

Business owners understand that Commercial Insurance is vital for protecting company property, structures, vehicles, tools and equipment, employees, and the company at large if disaster strikes. However, Commercial Insurance doesn't just protect your business and assets from disasters that strike during your hours of operation, but also for what happens when you're closed for the evening, holidays, or other times of the week. Our Aegis blog post looks at the three most common causes of commercial property damage when the business is closed.

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Written by Adam Miller
What Businesses Should Be Doing Now Before Hurricane Season

After witnessing the devastation brought by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria last year, business owners across the Gulf Coast will have a weary eye on the tropics as hurricane season begins in just a couple of months. However, businesses have the opportunity to take actions now that can help limit business closures, mitigate potential income losses, and reduce damages in the event our region is struck by another hurricane or major weather event. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at three things companies should be doing now before the start of hurricane season on June 1.

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Written by Adam Miller
Would Your Business Be Able To Survive Another Hurricane?

Nearly eight months ago, business owners throughout southeast Texas were devastated by Hurricane Harvey, a torrential storm that brought record-shattering rainfall and widespread flooding. Thousands of companies throughout the Gulf Coast were left with no electricity, damaged buildings and assets, and substantial losses and cleanup.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Restaurant Insurance Up To Date?

Texas is home to some of the nation's most dynamic restaurants, with dining options ranging from tiny mom and pop cafes to world-class gourmet cuisine. No matter the size, cuisine or price range, restaurants all need Commercial Restaurant Insurance in order to operate and protect their business. However, the Commercial Insurance purchased when the doors first open may not meet the unique needs of restaurant owners after the business has been established and flourishes over time.

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Written by Adam Miller

All business owners understand that there are always going to be elements of risk on a daily basis as they run their business. While many of these risks are obvious and easily preventable, some might be not as obvious to property owners. One of the most dangerous but commonly overlooked liability risks for commercial property owners comes from the trees and landscaping on a property. If not properly maintained, a commercial landscape can quickly become the cause of personal injuries, property damage, or liability claims.

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Written by Adam Miller

If you're a small business owner, you understand that some clients and customers require different care or services based on their current situation, unique needs, or future goals. For example, if you own a restaurant, you probably won't stay in business for very long if your only menu item is a cheeseburger, cooked the same way with the exact same condiments for all customers.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Goals To Set For Your Business This Year

At the beginning of a new year, it's common for people to set resolutions or goals for themselves, such as losing weight, eating healthier, quitting smoking, learning a new language, or some other personal achievement. However, it's far less common for businesses to set specific goals each year, beyond the generic "sell more" or "make more money" kind of goals. The truth is that all companies can benefit greatly from having a few goals to work towards throughout the year, especially if they are S.M.A.R.T. goals (specific, measureable, achievable, realistic, and timely).

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Written by Adam Miller

Over time, a business owner may find it necessary to consider relocating their office, either because they have outgrown their current location, or they need to downsize to something more manageable and affordable. Unfortunately, office relocation can be a complex and challenging process, especially if business owners are not fully aware of all the factors they need to consider. Without the right information, a company could end up in a terrible location that dooms the future of their business.

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Written by Adam Miller

At any given time, commercial properties of all industries may have a number of people on site, including employees, customers, vendors, and visitors. The number of individuals on the site can increase dramatically because of the busy holiday season. However, some commercial properties are not as safe as they could be, and any injuries or accidents that result could significantly hurt commercial property owners in a financial way.

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