The Turner Center for Entrepreneurship and Illinois SBDC at Bradley University are hosting a webinar on insurance issues/needs for those who are self-employed or have employees. Whether you’re in the retail, restaurant, construction, sales and service industry, most small business owners need small business insurance. Without the “right” type of insurance, you may have to pay out of pocket for claims and many small businesses do not have the resources or capital to cover such claims. Learn why small business insurance is the most important investment in protecting YOUR company.
General Liability Insurance
Professional Liability Insurance
Business Income Insurance
Commercial Property Insurance
Worker’s Compensation Insurance
Commercial Auto Insurance
Employment Practices Liability Insurance
Business Owner’s Policy
Attendees will have a foundation for the basics of understanding all insurance type coverages to protect them from risks such as: car accidents, bodily injury, property damage and even lawsuits.
Mike Kuhl, President, Kuhl Insurance
Mike has been in the insurance business for more than 29 years. His father, Phil, started Kuhl Insurance in 1979. On March 1st of 2022, Kuhl Insurance positioned itself for the future by joining forces with HUB International. The agency specializes in commercial, employee benefits, and personal insurance. Kuhl Insurance is in the Central Illinois community of Morton and employs 25 full-time staff.
Mike also serves the community in teaching a 5th grade class annually for Junior Achievement, serving on the OSF Healthcare Community Advisory Board, West Bend Agents Advisory Board, Frankenmuth Agents Advisory Board, Legacy of Hope Advisory Board, and River Cup Foundation Board.
Evelyn Becker, Business Development Director, Kuhl Insurance
Evelyn joined Kuhl in 2014 after extensive experience managing HR, safety and health programs for a multi-state, 1,200+ employee metal fabricator. She works closely with their clients’ leadership and management teams to create culture change in their organizations. She leads our STEP5 Risk Management Process, providing services to their largest customers resulting in safer workplaces, claims prevention, and great places to work. Over her 9 years with Kuhl, her role has grown to include new business development. Her responsibilities include commercial lines carrier relations, sales management and agency marketing.
Evelyn earned a BS degree in Business-Organizational Behavior from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and an MBA from Bradley University.
Co-Sponsor: Smart Start Dashboard
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