Vero Voice Blog

At Vero, it's our goal to make insurance mean more for our customers. Our blog provides helpful insurance tips and thought provoking posts to help you get the most out of your insurance.

  • What relationship do you have with your broker?

    Our recent SME index showed there is a massive difference between the relationships that smaller businesses have with their brokers.

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  • Protecting your ability to trade

    Earlier this year, we published New Zealand's first SME Insurance Index, and we found that one of the biggest concerns for small to medium enterprises is being unable to trade for a long period of time.

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  • When it comes to business insurance, size does count

    As your business grows, protecting it can become more complex. There can be real value in getting expert insurance help from a broker or adviser.

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  • The Fire Services Levy on your insurance is changing

    From 1 July 2017, the New Zealand Government is increasing the Fire Services Levy on insurance policies, to fund a more coordinated fire and emergency service.

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  • Protecting your home this winter - our tips

    At Vero, we see a large number of claims caused by storm damage between May and August – everything from flood damage to strong winds and rain. Even something as simple as a cold snap can freeze pipes and cause problems for our customers.

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  • Don’t let ultrafast broadband affect your security

    The world is moving faster these days and to keep up, New Zealanders are choosing to upgrade their home or business to ultrafast broadband (or UFB).

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  • Staying safe on the road this winter - our tips

    At Vero, we see a large number of claims for road accidents over winter – but there are lots of simple steps you can take to prevent accidents.

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