Need a great way to stay on top of all the latest coverage developments in the insurance industry? Want to know what personal or commercial lines policy language changes have been introduced and how these will affect your clients?
Then look no further than the award winning Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America’s Virtual University e-newsletter, The VUpoint. A free, biweekly publication, this e-newsletter is e-mailed to subscribers in the U.S., Canada, and more than 70 other countries around the world. The VUpoint was voted the #1 industry email newsletter in a poll conducted by Specific Software Solutions.
Each issue comes with timely and insightful articles that will help keep your staff—sales, service, claims, underwriting, risk management, law, and more—current on all that matters in their profession. Every other week The VUpoint e-newsletter explores current and relevant topics in six categories: (1) personal lines coverages, (2) commercial lines coverages, (3) management, (4) sales and marketing, (5) customer service, and (6) technology issues. You are free to review all or only one or two of the articles, as your time and interests dictate.
A recent issue included the following articles:
• Personal Lines
: “Rent Your Home, Void Your Insurance Policy?”
• Commercial Lines
: “Insuring the Triple Net Lease Exposure”
: “Combining Incentive Compensation with Employee Evaluations”
• Sales & Marketing
: “Before You Can Close a Sale, You Have to Open It!”
• Customer Service
: “Puttin' on the Ritz...Building a Customer Service Culture”
: “Building Engagement and Reach on Facebook”
In addition to the usual six articles, there is a “From the Editor” section that includes other valuable and timely information and links. To subscribe to the newsletter, go here:
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Each issue includes an unsubscribe link, so if the newsletter proves to be something not relevant to your interests or job duties, you can unsubscribe at any time. If you have any questions, feel free to email the editor at [email protected]
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