Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst

You've nailed down the venue, secured the hotel rooms, booked the speakers, and signed the contracts. But some things are beyond even the best religious meeting planner's control. What if — because of airline strikes, earthquakes, or “acts of God” — the event can't go on?

The consequences for religious organizations can be dire. Event cancellation insurance, known as “business interruption insurance” in other industries, can be a safety net — even when the entire event isn't a wash.

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