In-depth: After hours

Join the club Many brokers may be put off engaging with the night time economy, but there are opportunities in the entertainment sector for those who are willing to go out after dark, reports Sam Barrett

Drinking, dancing and a dash of debauchery mean we often imagine that venues that spring into life after dark are off many insurers’ risk scales. But, while pubs, nightclubs and pole dancing clubs can present challenges for insurance, tough licensing requirements mean this sector isn’t as high

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