A Broader Horizon

Verzone, Ronald D.
January 2010
Best's Review;Jan2010, Vol. 110 Issue 9, p53
Trade Publication
The article highlights the strategies that insurance companies should consider to be successful. In order to be successful, it suggests that insurance advisers should have sufficient quality training. It adds that agencies must develop life-phase expertise to attract consumers, and agencies who needed to go beyond product knowledge.


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