If you are an insurance agent focusing on commercial policies in the marine industry sector, you probably already know there are a few specialty carriers who focus on everything to do with the water. While you’re considering who to work with and how many of them to include in your list of affiliated carriers, one important consideration is whether a given carrier will help you and your clients build a business. That means looking into whether they provide solid informational resources client companies can really use as they work to tighten up a risk management plan. It also means checking out what they can do to help you generate boat insurance leads and build your sales.
Longtime Industry Players Want You To Succeed
Carriers know their income depends largely on the work of independent agents like yourself who bring their clients to them for quotes on specific coverage types for policies at all sizes. They also know that working with professionals like yourself is a lot more cost-efficient for them than trying to run those leads down themselves. That’s why many of them work to connect you to companies like dealerships who can, in turn, refer clients your way when they want a friendly, local face to help them pick out the right policy for a personal or commercial vessel.