Allstate creates insurance solution for on-demand business consultants

Allstate creates insurance solution for on-demand business consultants

Allstate creates insurance solution for on-demand business consultants Allstate Business Insurance has formed a partnership with Business Talent Group (BTG) to provide the latter’s independent business consultants with insurance solutions that suit their specific needs.

The “Allstate Business Shield for BTG” program allows consultants within the BTG network to access an exclusive portal where they can acquire adequate insurance coverage.

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“By placing valuable tools and resources conveniently in one place, we’ve created a one-stop experience for consultants,” said Allstate Business Insurance president Mike Barton. “We are committed to helping small business owners succeed and providing value beyond the insurance transaction. We help business owners manage the risks they face so they can focus on their clients, not their insurance.”

“The strength of our business comes from the exceptional quality of our independent talent pool, which helps our clients work faster, smarter and more efficiently. Allying with Allstate—one of America’s most trusted brands—allows us to provide industry-leading tools and resources that help our consultants protect their businesses,” commented BTG cofounder and CEO Jody Greenstone Miller. “That’s just one of the ways we intend to attract and support the absolute best independent professionals so we can help our clients solve critical business problems.”

Allstate Business Shield for BTG provides independent consultants with protection from risks such as:
  • Risks associated with working from a home office
  • Liabilities while working onsite at a client’s location
  • Damage to their business property
  • Cyber security breaches of a client’s private and confidential information


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