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The power of the pun: the punniest names for small businesses

The power of the pun: the punniest names for small businesses A record number of new businesses opened last year so if you’re looking to stand out from the crowd, you’ll need to a make strong first impression. A witty or quirky business name is usually much more memorable, which, in turn, can impact customer… Read more »

Maldives Tombola Competition

 Rather than spend money on marketing, we are spending it on you! Our valued clients. It’s coming up to 30 years since my wife Carole and I took over IIB following the sudden and premature death of my father, Graham. With a lot of hard work and your kind support, the business has grown considerably… Read more »

Maldives Terms and Conditions

IIB Insurance

        Terms and Conditions for the IIB Tombola and Maldives Competition   The promoter is: Independent Insurance Bureau Ltd (company no. 3353831) whose registered office is at Prospect House, 6 Brookside, Ashby-De-La-Zouch, LE65 1JW.   The competition is open to clients of Independent Insurance Bureau Ltd aged 21 years or over and… Read more »

Can your cat be found guilty of trespass?

Cat Insurance

    Cats tend to do as they please, and if they want to go into your neighbour’s garden, short of keeping them inside, there’s little you can do. However, this has led to a number of dispoutes amongst neighbours across the country as disgruntled homeowners want these stealthy visitors off their property. So, are you… Read more »

Rare Finds: Underinsured jewels hidden in the home

Insurance

Rare Finds: Underinsured jewels hidden in the home Whether inherited and passed down to you over decades or bought and collected by you personally, owning antiques is thrilling and adds intrigue and curiosity to your home. Having your antiques valued regularly may seem unnecessary, but insuring them accurately depends on correct, up-to-date valuations. Therefore it… Read more »

Drivers want to see mandatory reporting when cats are hit

Insurance for pets

Drivers want to see mandatory reporting when cats are hit It seems that a new Labour policy proposal and results from a Carbuyer survey are in sync, as both contend with the current law to say that cats, like dogs, should be reported to the authorities when they’ve been hit. Part of Labour’s “Animal Welfare… Read more »

The true cost of flying with a nut allergy

The true cost of flying with a nut allergy You’ve called in advance, made the airline aware of your nut allergy and now you’re sat on board as the flight takes off. There is an announcement made over the plane tannoy that this a nut-free flight and everything seems to be going smoothly. Then you… Read more »

What happens when World Cup Fever becomes a real thing?

What happens when World Cup Fever becomes a real thing? The 2018 FIFA World Cup is almost upon us, and thousands of fans are making their way to Russia to marvel at Messi’s brilliance, revel in Ronaldo’s dominance, or—perhaps less likely—witness a remarkable victory for the Three Lions. As unlikely as an England win is,… Read more »