Insurers know the power of advertising, so it’s no surprise that they are the producers of some of the best commercials on television. See our picks for the top 10 best commercials on TV.
PC360 decided to take a look at the oldest insurers in the United States—a journey that led to some interesting findings about the birth of insurance in this country.
For some, a job in insurance is a career. For others, it’s a starting point that can open the doors to other opportunities. And for others still, it’s both. The eight celebrities featured in this slideshow represent all three.
In the crowded, highly competitive world of independent agencies, a strong brand and a memorable motto can really help a firm stand out. Here are 25 examples from agencies across the country that clearly convey what the firm is all about–and do so with some visual pizzaz.
A company’s logo is synonymous with its brand. See which logos effectively represent their companies.
The contributions of the figures selected as the industry’s Top 25 Living Legends to P&C insurance have been epic, monumental, and are sure to be discussed and studied for decades to come. Each profiled visionary has fundamentally changed the way insurance is done, likely forever.
As Gen Y grows into an increasing presence in the workforce, the old rules become irrelevant. Learn young agents’ priorities as they sound off on mentors, work/life balance, sales strategies, legislative issues and more.
A home, a car, a business: rarely do people own these without having insurance to protect them from the worst that can happen. But are you covered for what else can happen?
We asked several industry experts to point out some agencies that are doing websites right, and compiled a list of some of their favorites.
While the insurance industry is state regulated, Washington D.C. has always remained a major player in the business. PC360 Washington editor Arthur D. Postal has compiled a list of the top-20 public and industry figures in Washington D.C.