Tuesday, April 28 1 p.m. EST
Learn about the young agent panel program that highlights leaders of the past, present and future.
Presenter: Maine Insurance Agents Association Shannon Gorman
Two $500 scholarships are available in each state.
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Interview with an Agent All-Star: Cyber
The Big "I" national Young Agents Committee's Boyd McGehee talks cyber liablity with IA magazine.
Tuesday, Dec. 16 1p.m. EST
Find out how these young agents help the community, the insurance industry, and/or the independent agency system. Through their efforts the committee presented a check for $19,000 to the Ronald McDonald House.
Check out this video from WGXA.tv about the Independent Insurance Agents of Georgia's efforts to make a Disney cruise dream come true for a local boy through the Trusted Choice and Make-A-Wish America partnership.
There has never been a better time to co-brand your insurance agency with Trusted Choice® especially with the implementation of the Freedom Campaign in January 2014. There are many benefits to being a Trusted Choice independent insurance agent. Below are tips to become the best Trusted Choice independent insurance agent and take advantages of the services we offer agencies.
The Big “I” national Young Agents Committee presented the inaugural Outstanding Young Agent of the Year award at the recent Big “I” Young Agents Leadership Institute to Kelli Dean, Physicians Insurance Services, Athens Ga.
The Big “I” national Young Agents Committee presented the Outstanding State Liaison of the Year award at the recent Big “I” Young Agents Leadership Institute to Lyra Roberts, E&O program manager of the Independent Insurance Agents of Oklahoma.
Are you interested in legislative process? Be the voice of independent agencies in Washington, D.C. by attending the Big “I” Legislative Conference. The Big “I” young agents present two first-time$500 scholarships in each state.
Independent Insurance Agents of Georgia took away the Outstanding Young Agent Committee of the Year. Check out the winner of the other awards recognizing state young agent committees.
The group offers assistance to state associations needing support to revitalize and strengthen their Young Agents programs. Members of the National YAC are available to all states to provide hands-on expertise in building vibrant, valuable Young Agents programs.
Leading carrier and vendor executives share their strategies for success with attendees at the Big "I" Fall Leadership Conference.
The Big “I” Diversity Task Force teamed up with the Virtual University and young agents committees to host a special event entitled “Engaging a New Workforce – Multicultural, Multigenerational, Multifaceted and Multitalented.”
E-signature is here to stay, and now is the time to join the agencies that are flocking to this tool to improve service and increase efficiency.
You’ve heard of “Girls Gone Wild” and “Spring Break Gone Wild.” Perhaps the requests and demands made by lenders today relating to insurance issues are fodder for a new borderline obscene series titled, “Lenders Gone Wild.” The cast of characters would include guaranteed replacement cost, agreed value, ordinance and law, severability of insurance, replacement cost estimators, lender specific forms, declarations pages, certificates of insurance, Fannie Mae, and many more.
Starting an agency from scratch is possible, but can be very challenging. Owning an agency gives you the ability to be you own boss, have the satisfaction of helping people protect their valuables and investments, as well as provides you with good income potential for many years to come.
The Big “I” National Young Agents Committee (YAC) encourages Young Agents – those under 40 years of age or with less than 5 years experience in the industry – to become aware of and get involved in the activities and programs of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (the Big “I”).
Diane Mattis, CPCU, AFIS, AIAM Executive Director InVEST, Associate VP Professional Development & Online Resources firstname.lastname@example.org