Independent doesn’t have to mean alone. It is a great thing to say, but what does it mean and how does it describe Mountain Empire Agency Alliance?
Last week’s Annual Meeting with Mountain Empire Agency Alliance staff, carriers, and partners was a huge success. The event fostered collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and sparked innovation. Highlights included inspiring keynote presentations, breakout sessions for deep dives into specific topics, and networking opportunities. We extend our gratitude to the sponsors and exhibitors who made it possible. This conference has left a lasting impact, and we’re excited to leverage the gained knowledge for future success.
Starting and running an insurance agency can be overwhelming, and having a reliable support network can make a significant difference. As a new agency owner, you may face challenges and uncertainties that require guidance, mentorship, and support from experienced professionals.
Part two of “Do you own your agency” details the most important things to consider before making a choice that could drastically affect you financially.
Do you really own your agency? Can you sell or pass it to family when you retire? These are important questions about your future and we can help you figure out the answers.
Each year that we grow, we are presented with new challenges. However, together we overcome all obstacles. So, with another successful year behind us, we take this opportunity to reflect on all our accomplishments in the last 12 months.
In the insurance industry, it is often challenging to have engaging conversations and stay on insurance as the topic. The most beneficial way to increase engagement is to answer why you do what you do.
The insurance industry has proven to be a strong market, not only surviving the global pandemic but thriving and growing.
In 1983 Jim Masiello had a revolutionary idea that would forever shape the insurance business’s atmosphere.
On May 18 and 19th, Mountain Empire Agency Alliance hosted its Annual Meeting once again in Kingsport, Tennessee. We welcomed almost 90 member agent principles and staff, over 50 carrier company representatives, and some prospective new members for two days of education and networking.
In a constantly evolving and extremely competitive marketplace, many independent agency owners are looking for ways to streamline the effectiveness of their agency operations and to increase income. We also see a rising interest in exclusive agents looking for a secure way to break into the independent market. The amount of information readily available can seem overwhelming when trying to understand the various options and how they can benefit your success.