The Last Page - Are you forgetting the after-sales service?

March 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Mar2011, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how good after-sales service help life insurance agents in winning their customers. It is said that competition has made it difficult for life agents and financial advisers to sell their products. But some agents are concerned about their commissions only and do not think about after-sales requirements of policyholders. It is said that agents should focus on professionalism for sustaining a long-term career in this industry.


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