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At Whitbread and we have a big vision for empowering people, businesses and communities to thrive. We help our clients embrace the future with confidence. And a big part of this comes down to our commitment to service and our belief in building strong relationships.

We see clients as partners. We take the time to truly understand their objectives, and tailor solutions to help achieve them. We are prepared to challenge conventional approaches, and use our expertise to help our clients seize new opportunities and better manage risk. 

For us, insurance is an enabler - it’s about creating the right risk protection to give clients greater control of their future. We are passionate about sharing our expertise and insights to ensure clients are in a position to achieve their vision.

Part of Steadfast

Whitbread is part of Australasia’s largest general insurance broker network, the Steadfast Group. We leverage Steadfast’s scale to ensure our clients have access to a wide range of insurance companies, a broad range of products, exclusive policy options, and of course, competitive pricing. And when the time comes and you need to make a claim, you will have the backing of Steadfast behind you.

To work with an insurance broker who understands you, and provides quality advice according to your specific needs, contact Whitbread today.

Wherever you want to go, we’ll be alongside you all the way.

Empower your vision with Whitbread.

 

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Renee Cassidy

With Stage 4 Coronavirus restrictions having been imposed in the Melbourne metropolitan area for several weeks, there has been an impact to the way businesses are legally allowed to operate for the duration of this period.

Unfortunately these restrictions have had an unprecedented impact on the progression of insurance claims, whereby builders and other repair and maintenance companies are only legally permitted to carry out a very limited scope of works.

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Lia de Sousa

Devastating bushfires plagued much of Eastern Australia last summer, before a deluge of rain arrived, causing severe flooding and widespread damage to an unprecedented number of properties - including residential strata.

In the aftermath of a flood, many depend on their insurance to help recoup losses. Sadly, stressful situations are often made worse when people discover their Strata Insurance policy does not cover damage as a result of flood.

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