Hospitality Insurance Team

Hospitality Industry Partnership With Bruce Stevenson

The focus at Bruce Stevenson is to be experts in providing insurance solutions in niche areas and we are now catering for the hospitality sector as a sponsor of HIT (Scotland).

HIT (Scotland) was formed in 1994 by leaders from the hospitality industry. The organisation is aimed at inspiring individuals to be the best they can be, promotes the development  of real people and supports emerging talent within this dynamic sector.

Since its inception, HIT (Scotland) has awarded over 1,000 emerging talent scholarships and 10,000 bursaries. Emerging talent scholarship programmes range from exceptional local, national and international hands on experiences to places on courses at some of the world’s finest academic establishments including The Cornell School of Hotel Administration and Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. HIT also works closely with Further and Higher educational institutions to encourage and source new talent for the industry by providing bursaries and places on a bespoke student course at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne.

We are delighted to partner with HIT (Scotland) and as part of the partnership we are offering exclusive member benefits including a free review of current insurance arrangements without obligation. We now have a dedicated team of specialists working on this sector. As a further commitment to HIT, we have agreed to donate 20% of earnings from all business introduced to the Charity. These funds will directly contribute towards providing scholarships, bursaries and other initiatives provided by HIT.

Andrew Adam, Commercial Director of Bruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers, said: “We are extremely proud to partner with HIT (Scotland) and look forward to building on our relationship with this valuable charity. This is our second year of sponsorship and we’re delighted to continue our support. This is an important partnership for us as we have many services that directly support the hospitality industry.”

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