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Mice Net : August 2009
bin there, take that “I remember working a function for a product launch and running out of lettuce when I still needed to make 12 more seafood cocktails. I had a production line operating and so couldn’t go back and reduce the amount in previous glasses because they had already been sauced and it would have been messy. Luckily, we were close to a market town so I anticipated being able to go and buy a couple more lettuces. However, when I got there the market had packed up. But no worries. I was able to scavenge around all the bins and found more than enough lettuce to complete my cocktails. It’s not something I am proud of but sometimes we are forced to improvise when catering functions a long way from our home base.” have you read your venue contract lately? Many venue contracts impose a responsibility upon their hirers which goes beyond the extent to which you can normally insure. Signing such a contract and then taking out a standard insurance policy in the hope that it will cover you or your client for the obligations you have taken on in that contract is fraught with danger. Talk to Aon and let us provide you with a policy for your event that includes our exclusive Venue Contract Liability Extension. to learn more about our services, contact PHiliP sunsHine 02 9253 7000 or email email@example.com aon.com.au RRIS1622 0609