Why event cancellation insurance remains relevant

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Leigh Ann Rossi, chief operating officer within the sports and entertainment group at NFP, and Marc Blumencranz, managing director of sports and entertainment, explain how climate change, power outages, civil unrest, national mourning and health has kept event cancellation insurance relevant post-pandemic.

Event cancellation insurance remains a critical part of a balanced risk management program for any event organiser.

Look no further than the pandemic’s impact on event organisers, as in-person events

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