How Vortex’s Rain Insurance Helps Protect Your Business & Bottom Line: Q&A

Rain Drops on the Street

The success of a one-time outdoor event or an entire season of business relies heavily on ideal weather conditions. Rain insurance can offer the dependability that the weather cannot. Rain insurance is a weather risk management product that helps protect your business from lost revenue or increased expenses caused by excessive rain or lack of rain. Your business can secure … Read More

The True Cost of Rain Insurance: 5 Determinants That Impact Pricing

Red umbrella with Rain

How many times have you searched for insurance costs only to find articles that talk around the subject but never actually give you substantial numbers? We understand that many companies TALK about insurance, but no one really explains how much it costs. When the weather plays a part in your event or business’s success, it’s essential to help protect your … Read More

Data-Driven Risk Management: How Parametric Insurance Is The Future Of Financial Protection

Data Server

Hurricanes. Fires. Floods. Doesn’t it seem like each new season brings more extreme weather threats that result in damage and financial loss to communities, families, and businesses? Countries around the world are realizing there’s a better way to prepare for weather disasters than underestimating their power – parametric insurance. Natural disasters don’t have to leave you helpless in the rubble. … Read More

Revving Up: Key Takeaways From The Reopening of Speedways

Daytona International Speedway

Race fans, start your engines! NASCAR is back! As one of the few sports to run in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, NASCAR is now the largest to allow fans to return as more states relax their business shutdowns. While the sport is taking a cautious approach to opening speedways, event planners and sports commissioners look to NASCAR’s lead … Read More

5 Businesses That Benefit From Income Stabilization Insurance

Amusement Park

Plain and simple, the weather can spoil business. From golf courses, festivals, speedways, and snow removal companies to restaurants and storefronts that rely on foot traffic, adverse weather can cause customers to stay home. For businesses that depend on certain weather conditions during peak seasons to drive sales, that means loss of revenue. While you can’t rely on the weather, … Read More