DHK is definitely point-on here. Take 'first things first'. In all probability you will be precluded from doing what you plan. However, it may not be impossible to accomplish your stated goals but make sure you have any related restrictions and/or permissions clearly understood and you also have a legal opinion if anything is at all unclear. It must be in writing to protect yourself. Be upfront with your plans. Take great care. Read the company policy on solicitation. Then, still definitely get legal advice before attempting to proceed.
Originally Posted by DHK
Just FYI - writing business yourself on your company's employees may present a conflict of interest. Even steering people to specific agents where you get compensated would also be considered a conflict of interest.
Not sure this would be a good idea, professionally speaking.