Insurance Agency Owner

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Location
GA
Salary
$1 - $2
Job Type
Direct Hire
Date
Feb 22, 2017
Job ID
2454360
I was contacted by a corporate recruiter with an insurance agency and she said they need 120 owners in the Southeast. There is no royalty or franchise fee. They just have to have $75,000 - $100,000 of their own capitol to buy a new office or buy an existing office. All we have to do is refer the candidate to the client. This is a $10,000 flat fee to us. It is paid within 30 -40 days of the doors opening. She said that Real Estate people, Pharmaceutical Sales people, banking people and financial people do really well, but they have also had construction people and other industries be very successful. Additional info below.
 
2 Ways to Be an Agency Owner
No matter which route you take, you’ll have a Fortune 100 company with over 85 years of innovation and leadership behind you.
“I was able to build a successful business the way I wanted.”

1 Start a New Agency
With a new agency, you will be building an agency from scratch, shaping it the way you want.
From the moment you open the doors, you can do things your way. You’ll hire your own staff, build a customer base and even create your own marketing plan. Company offers ongoing education and support on products, sales techniques, productivity tips and marketing tools. You’ll also have a local, dedicated Field Sales Leader who will provide one-on-one support to you and your agency.
“I had a solid base that allowed me to take my agency to the next level.”


2 Buy an Existing Agency
This option gives you a fast start from an established agency. With an existing customer base to build from and no caps on what you can earn, the sky’s the limit for your bottom line.

Even though you’re buying an existing agency, you can still run your business the way you want. Plus, you’ll get ongoing education and support on products, sales techniques, productivity tips and marketing tools. And if you have questions along the way, a local Field Sales Leader is just a phone call away.