PaymentEvolution and Bullfrog Insurance Announce Instant Access to Payroll and Business Insurance



Toronto, Canada – March 1, 2016

Small Businesses Can Activate Payroll and Get Business Insurance in 90 Seconds

Canada’s most loved cloud payroll and payments service, PaymentEvolution and the award winning insurance brokerage Bullfrog Insurance have teamed up to provide Canadian small businesses with near instant access to payroll and business insurance.

The companies are working together to remove the common barriers small business owners face when trying to run their business. Getting adequate insurance coverage for their business would often take weeks. Getting their staff paid accurately and on time was an additional headache. Today, Bullfrog Insurance can setup business owners with Professional and Business Liability Insurance in 90 seconds. Adding payroll and employee payments is just a few seconds more.

“For the first time Canadian business owners can get competitive, near real-time coverage for their business and solve their headaches around back-office functions like payroll – all in one place.” said Sam Natur, CEO and president of Bullfrog Insurance. “We’re focused on helping these businesses succeed by making insurance and payroll simple and fast..”

Canadian small business owners can get real-time quotes for Business Liability Insurance today and register for quick access to payroll. This innovative service includes payroll, business payments, employee self-service as well as access to affordable employee benefits.

“We’ve worked with thousands of small businesses across Canada who’ve experienced issues getting access to insurance services. We’re proud to finally help them get access to these services through one of the most innovative platforms available today.” said Sam Vassa, co-founder and CEO of PaymentEvolution.

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About PaymentEvolution
PaymentEvolution provides easy to use, secure online payroll and payment services to small and mid-sized businesses across Canada. We’re trusted by thousands of businesses, and process over $1B in payments. See why we’re Canada’s most loved payroll and payments service at

About Bullfrog Insurance
Bullfrog is a licensed insurance brokerage dedicated to commercial insurance for small businesses across Canada. Our award winning platform and service enable you to get near real-time access to coverage when you need it. Our insurance partners include Aviva Insurance Company of Canada, The Guarantee Company of North America (GCNA), Northbridge Insurance and South Western Group. Learn more at


Small Business Payroll Solutions


Here at Bullfrog, we are always hard at work trying come up with new products and solutions that can help you and your small business grow. With that being said, we are very excited to share with you our new Payroll Solutions – a fast and easy way to set-up your company’s payroll and payments system.

Our new Payment Solutions product provides you and your small business with a variety of solutions depending on the type of payroll service you require. From an online portal for your employees to access their payslips, to affordable benefit plans for your staff, we can provide you with the solutions you need.

Here are the Payroll Solutions now offered through Bullfrog:



Take advantage of a dedicated online portal that securely and accurately allows you to pay your staff and contractors. It’s safe and fast!


Business Payments.

Quickly and easily make direct electronic payments to your suppliers and vendors. It’s that simple!


Paychequer – Staff Hub.

Equip your staff with a self-service option that allows them to retrieve their payslips and tax forms through a secure online portal.



Obtain affordable benefit plans for you and your staff. From health to dental, we have a plan that suits your needs!


If you have any questions regarding the information above or if you would like to discuss getting the right payroll solutions for your small business, our Bullfrog Insurance brokers would be happy to help you out. Contact us today for a free quote!

Vote For Bullfrog Insurance!


We are thrilled to announce that Bullfrog Insurance has been chosen as a finalist for the Insurance Canada Technology Award (ICTA). This award highlights and recognizes the use and implementation of innovative technologies that have positively impacted the Canadian insurance industry. We are elated to be recognized as the first program in Canada to offer small business owners a fast and easy way to purchase small business insurance online!




Along with this nomination, we have also been chosen as one of the finalists for the People’s Choice Award at the ICTAs (woo!). With so many amazing finalists up for this award, we need your help to win! It’s important to mention that you can only vote once and the February 25th deadline is coming up fast. Get your vote on!



Thank You!

5 Resolutions for Your Business to Adopt in 2016


As we wave goodbye to 2015 and welcome 2016 with open arms, this time of year presents small business owners, such as yourself, with a great opportunity to set New Year’s resolutions for your business. What important decisions should you make to propel your business forward onto the route of success? Now is a great time to make these decisions and an action plan to support them.

Here are some potential resolutions to make in 2016 to aid in your business’ growth and success:


1. Review and Assess Your Brands Online Image.

Has it been many years since your company’s last website facelift and/or are your customers not interacting with your website as intended? If the answer is yes, to either of those points, you may want to refresh your brands image and/or your site to make it easier for your customers to navigate and utilize. Your website should always be updated with promotions, news, and important insights for it to reflect your current offerings and to create a great first impressions for potential new customers.


2. Let Go of Employee’s That Bring down You and Your Team.

Do you have an employees on your team that make team-work extremely difficult and who bring an overwhelming cloud of negativity towards the business’s environment and objectives? If yes, then it may be time to let them go. By holding on to employees that emit such a negative influence and vibe in the office, you put your business on the brink of losing extremely valuable employees who drive your businesses success.


3. Can Clients and Potential Customers Find Your Business Online?

Depending on the services and/or products your business sells, potential customers who may be  interested in your offerings will search for your business online to read available reviews and to just get a sense of the value that your business offers. If your company doesn’t have an online presence in this day and age, it is as if your company doesn’t exist.  Without knowing, you may be turning away many potential customers by not having an a foot in the online sphere.


4. Focus on Making Your Existing Customers Happy.

As a small business owner, a lot of your focus and time is placed upon ways to attract new clients and how to offer them exceptional value. While this is great, it’s very important to remember to keep your current client base happy and satisfied in order to keep retention rates high. Although you strive to make new customers happy, the benefit of having a strong group of loyal customers will help your business soar for years.


5. Look at Expanding Your Business.

Gaining a lot of business and ongoing success? If things are in the positive and you see potential for expansion, now would be a great time to investigate your options and see what would work best for your business to continue its growth. Whether it be an additional physical location, additional staff or even opening an online version of your store, the options are endless. Be sure to keep your target market in mind when making such important decisions.


If you have any questions regarding the information above or if you would like to discuss getting the right insurance for your business or for personal risk management, our Bullfrog Insurance brokers would be happy to help you out. Contact us today for a free quote!

Thank You for a Fantastic Year!


As we ring in 2016, we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped make 2015 a year to remember! The past year has been an exciting whirlwind = as we finally launched the Bullfrog Insurance program in Ontario, British Columbia, and Alberta. Along with bringing small businesses in these provinces a fast and easy way to purchase liability insurance, we we’re able provide additional products, such as travel insurance and bonds, to help provide small business owners with even more choice and ease.


As we look ahead to the new year ahead of us, we aim to continue to bring small businesses with the fast and easy solutions they need and deserve, while expanding our offering further across Canada.


From everyone at Bullfrog Insurance, thanks for the fantastic year and we wish you all the best in 2016!

Bullfrog Insurance

5 Tips: Protect Your Business & Grow Sales During the Holiday Rush


It’s the holiday season once again and your small business is most likely knee deep in the hustle and bustle of the season. As this is a very busy time of year for small businesses in Canada, like yours, it’s important to remember some important best business practices and to be cautious while taking advantage of the holiday rush.

Here are some tips to protect your business’ bottom-line this holiday season and increase sales in the process:


1. Be Sure to Not Over-Order Inventory yet Have Enough to Satisfy Demand.

A good way to estimate how much inventory you will need for the holiday season is to review your sales from the previous year and look at the various products you had available for sale and examine the quantities that were purchased. This will offer you a good starting point for planning your inventory numbers and allows you to estimate sales numbers.


2. Prepare Your Business for an Increase in Online Sales.

Does your business run predominantly online or does your physical store location also have a web purchasing option? As more and more Canadians are turning to online stores to do the majority of their purchasing during the holiday season, it’s important to expect and prepare for an increase of sales. Whether it be having enough inventory on hand or enough staff members available for preparing orders, don’t forget about having enough essentials on hand; shipping labels, bubble wrap, and even boxes.


3. Be Active on Social Media and Promote Your Sales.

Utilizing your social media platforms this time of year is a great way to boost your marketing efforts and highlight any sales you may be offering. As customers or members of your online communities post and interact with you on these platforms, take it as an opportunity to boost your customer service and build loyalty with them. From quirky contests to humorous holiday images, the options for utilizing your social accounts are endless. Remember to keep things tasteful!


4. Keep an Eye out for Potential Fraudsters.

This is a very important area of caution to keep in mind this time of year. As your business experiences an influx of customers coming through its doors, your employees are doing their best to juggle both their usual tasks and trying to provide great customer service to everyone who comes through your business’ doors. Fraudsters take advantage of these busy and hectic situations by intentionally confusing employees at the cash register for their own gain (financially). Here are some things you might want to implement with staff members who may be managing the cash registers on their shifts:

  • If a customer is making a very large and expensive purchase on credit card and doesn’t appear to ask any questions regarding their purchase, it doesn’t hurt to ask them for ID just to verify that the name on the credit card matches the name on their ID. Be sure to match the image on the card with the individual making the purchase.
  • If a customer is asking a lot of questions and seems flustered when making a payment, be sure to focus and double check the amount of cash handed to you before you enter it into the till. The customer may claim they provided you with more cash in order to fool you into giving them more change than required. If you find yourself confused by such a situation and questioning how much money the customer actually gave you, count you’re till to be sure.


If you have any questions regarding the information above or if you would like to discuss getting the right insurance for your business or for personal risk management, our Bullfrog Insurance brokers would be happy to help you out. Contact us today for a free quote!

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