Hospitality, Tourism and Food & Drink Insurance

PROTECTING OUR HOSPITALITY & TOURISM INDUSTRY IN SCOTLAND

One of our specialisms at Bruce Stevenson is arranging the insurances on behalf of our Hospitality/Leisure and Food & Drink clients.

We currently arrange the insurances and provide risk management advice to many hospitality clients, including individual hotels, hotel groups, caravan/lodge sites, tourism attractions, food manufacturers and wholesalers, breweries, distilleries, restaurant/public house establishments including chains and also tour operators.

At Bruce Stevenson, we deal with specialist insurers who can provide expert advice regarding the sum insured and there are several policy extensions available to enhance cover for the risks a business may face.   By working closely with our clients and tailoring our insurance services to their particular businesses means their policies are fit for purpose.

Our clients include;

E & R Moffat – www.ermoffat.co.uk

Chardon Leisure/Trading – www.chardontrading.co.uk

J G Distillery

Scotch Whisky Experience – www.scotchwhiskyexperience.co.uk

Simpsinns – www.simpsinns.co.uk

Sutherland Bakers – www.sutherlandscakes.co.uk

Our aim is to be the “Broker of Choice” in Scotland for this sector. We want to achieve and retain the placement of the insurances of Scottish companies into the Scottish Insurance market therefore increasing our sectors growth towards the Scottish economy.

We are extremely proud to be patrons of the Scottish Tourism Alliance, sponsors of HIT (Scotland) and members of Scotland Food & Drink.

As a leading Scottish Business it’s great to engage with the Tourism industry  and bring benefit by way of expert advice and offers for their members. “Tourism is Everyone’s Business” and we are delighted to be connecting with the STA and supporting the industry.

As sponsors of HIT Scotland we have committed to paying an ongoing share of our income on business we meet at their events to support the fantastic work that they do within the sector.

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