Event intelligence is another way of being well prepared for any event. Table top planning exercises consider details such as: What emergencies are reasonably foreseeable? What will an event’s audience be like? How will crowd behavior change from event to event in the same venue? Once the possibilities have been considered, which are most and least likely to occur? Considerations like these help coordinators pre-plan and decide on action steps.
“Entertainment insurance typically covers property and casualty risks to productions and live events. It can include physical risks for cast, crew, wardrobe, sets and equipment; and coverage for extra expenses associated with a production delay caused by those physical risks. Liability also represents a key entertainment cover: for instance at events where an organizer will need cover for injuries to performers and audience members” said Senzi Ndlozi Business Development Manager at AGCS Africa.
AGCS is well placed to use its international network to support clients operating in multiple locations, or filming outside the traditional Hollywood filming locations - including South Africa.
“Specialized entertainment policies and knowledgeable underwriters provide superior coverage and service. We continually innovate incorporating insights from our clients and brokers to respond to the evolving risks facing the Entertainment industry,” concludes Senzi.