For the safety of your business. Question to Janusz Szulik, CEO of INTER Polska

Almost 90% of companies in Poland have observed business disruptions caused by social isolation and changes in customer behaviour, shows research by SpotData and CBM Indicator. It analysed Polish micro, small and medium businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic. So how can you protect your business from potential further turbulence? How can you protect yourself, your family and employees from the consequences of the crisis? The response from INTER are carefully selected business insurance policies to protect life, health and property.

Despite the gradual loosening of restrictions in running a business, many entrepreneurs are afraid of a second wave of pandemics. The Polish economy has experienced a violent shock as a consequence of the COVID-19 disease pandemic. According to the report “Polish micro, small and medium business in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the most affected by the pandemic are companies from the micro, small and medium-sized enterprises sector, which generate almost half of GDP in Poland and employ nearly 60% of all employees in the country. What can properly selected insurance bring to secure the future of Polish companies in this sector?

Today, Polish business is in an exceptional situation, which no one was able to predict and nobody was prepared for – says Janusz Szulik, president of Towarzystwo Ubezpieczeń INTER Polska. Many entrepreneurs are faced with the question of how to secure the company’s interest? There are no easy choices today, no easy answers. In this difficult period for all of us, we asked ourselves what can we, as an insurer, do to help our clients – entrepreneurs? What to do to protect their interests, the health of their employees and their families? What to do to give them a sense of security in times that all of us worry. Our offer is a comprehensive protection for companies in the field of life, health and property insurance – says Janusz Szulik.


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Last Updated on February 12, 2021 by Łukasz