Worksite marketers gearing up for growth

Densford, Lynn
June 2003
Employee Benefit News;6/15/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p15
Reports on the meeting the Mass Marketing Insurance Institute where brokers and carriers discussed ways of selling and servicing voluntary benefit programs in May 2003. Implication of the meeting's educational and motivational programs; Reminders for producers when adding new worksite products; Speakers at the meeting; Advice for producers.


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