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.