Aaduki works closely with industry trade associations to offer exclusive rates and special terms for members to reflect the level of professional standards they adhere to.
Are you a trade association?
Would you like to offer specialist insurance as an additional benefit for your members?
Talk to us! We have a track record for working with trade associations in the media industry, supporting members with advice and insurance for:
Aaduki is approved by and the recommended insurance provider to The Societies of Photographers. We also work with members of the Institute of Videography and offer discounted insurance to members of:
- Association of Photographers
- British Institute of Professional Photography
- Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers
- Professional Photographers Association of Northern Ireland
- Baby and Newborn Photography Network
- Institute of Videography
- Bureau of Freelance Photographers
Why do your members need specialist insurance?
Getting the right insurance is not just about a policy wording – it’s connecting with sound advice around managing your risks and ensuring the right shape and size of cover, avoiding gaps and expensive duplications. With over 20 years’ experience insuring photographers and video makers, we understand the risks photographers and video makers face and the way you work, so we can provide advice that makes a genuine difference.
Aaduki is part of the Partners& insurance group:
- People who stand shoulder to shoulder with you
- Advice that makes a difference
- Outcomes that shape your future
“Fantastic service! Replaced my stolen 5D MK IV within a week ready for my next wedding shoot. Thank you to the team.”
“Excellent service! A really honest company, brilliant top class insurance package… Incredibly pleased. Superb”
“I chose Aaduki on the back of many recommendations from fellow colleagues as they include cover for my equipment unattended at weddings unlike a number of other companies.”
Our clients often ask us:
Just provide a membership number when applying for insurance and we’ll do the rest.
Yes, if the items cannot be repaired. The policy will replace items that are lost, damaged or stolen with new items. If we have agreed to insure the items for a second-hand replacement however, we would look to cover the cost of second-hand replacement. Subject to the amount insured.
Theft and accidental loss of, or damage to equipment is covered.
Cover can be extended to any territory worldwide (except where the UK Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel, and specifically excluded countries). Designing cover in this way helps to keep premium costs down, by not having to insure all items away from premises all of the time if such a wide scope of cover is not needed.
Yes, there are a number of options for this. Hired equipment is not covered by your policy unless it is specifically shown as insured on your policy schedule.
Yes, subject to status the premium may be paid in instalments by direct debit.
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