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Business Insurance in and around Columbus

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Cost Effective Insurance For Your Business.

It takes courage to start your own business, and it also takes courage to admit when you might need guidance. State Farm is here to help with your business insurance needs. With options like errors and omissions liability, a surety or fidelity bond, and worker's compensation for your employees, you can feel comfortable that your small business is properly protected.

Columbus! Look no further for small business insurance.

Insure your business, intentionally

Surprisingly Great Insurance

Whether you own a dry cleaner, a bakery, or a donut shop, State Farm has you covered. Aside from great service all around, you can customize a policy to fit your business's specific needs. It's no wonder that other business owners have rated this as one of their top choices for business insurance.

Agent Amie Kim is here to review your business insurance options with you. Reach out Amie Kim today!

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Amie Kim

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
1246 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43201
Map & Directions
Would you like Amie to create a personalized business quote?
Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Amie Kim

Amie Kim

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
1246 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43201
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Ways to help set financial goals

As a business owner, your financial goals should be split into two worlds: one set for your business and another for your personal life.

Small business types

What is a sole proprietorship, an LLC and other small business types — and which one is best for you?