Whether you operate a seasonal business or sales pick up during the summer months, summertime can be full of risks for small business owners.
From on the job injuries to extreme weather, there’s a host of things that can go wrong to hurt sales or worse yet derail the entire operation.
“Summer is a busy time for certain businesses, particularly those along the coasts,” says Judy Coblentz, VICe president and chief underwriting officer at Travelers. “In certain parts of the country the summer season brings more business and pretty big exposures for small businesses.”
To prevent your business from taking a hit this summer, Travelers put together a list of the biggest seasonal risks and ways to avoid them.