Cameron Annas: Transforming a Multi-Generational Insurance Agency
Coming into the family insurance agency as a young agent, it would be easy to accept the status quo but that’s not what Cameron Annas did. Find out how he was able to implement significant changes in the agency with the full support of his dad and the existing agency staff.
#017 – Coming into the family insurance agency, Granite Insurance, as a young agent, it would be easy to accept the status quo but that’s not what Cameron Annas did. Find out how he was able to implement significant changes in the agency with the full support of his dad and the existing agency staff.
Cameron is a graduate of the Appalachian State University Risk Management and Insurance program and has forged a mutually beneficial relationship with ASU and their agency. Plus, he’s developed a creative interview process that gives them a higher confidence level of success.
Cameron discusses his path to finding a niche market he could serve well and how his agency is now the #1 provider of insurance to that market.
He also outlines the ways the agency has changed and the support he got from his dad for those changes.
Then, we talk about how they’ve integrated new technology into the agency to improve both sales and operations.
Cameron’s ideas and insights are helpful to agency owners of any age.
You can read the article about Cameron in the July 2020 Independent Agent Magazine here.
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