Still on the fence about attending this year's Annual Convention? Take two minutes out of your day to see what some of last year's attendees had to say about the 2013 Annual Convention! Bet you won't be on the fence much longer... We will see you in October!
I just completed a very informative webinar with Laird Rixford, President of ITC. ITC partners with IIANC to help agents create effective websites and manage their digital presence. Laird spoke on the evolution of website development.
This past week we said goodbye to Kelley Erstine who had been IIANC’s Chief Executive Officer since October 2008. Kelley is returning to Arkansas to become Chief of Staff to the President of the University of Central Arkansas, his alma mater. It is a bitter-sweet moment.
Within the last year, there is new leadership at the North Carolina Industrial Commission (NCIC). The new Chairman has been tasked with the responsibility and funded to increase compliance with the statutory mandate to purchase Workers’ Compensation insurance. The Compliance and Fraud Investigative unit at NCIC has substantially increased their staff, and new intelligent software
10. Meet fellow Young Agents from across the Carolinas 9. Leave your business suit at home… and bring your bathing suit instead! 8. A free Friday afternoon will give you the chance to enjoy all that Myrtle Beach has to offer! 7. Learn from informative sessions… AT THE BEACH! 6. Network with company representatives in
Scanning has been a hot topic during many of my recent agency visits. Many agencies are reviewing their current scanning procedures while others are just beginning to examine the scanning process. Over the years, three major scanning workflows have developed for acquiring documents into our management systems. Many agencies want to know which method is
We have received a report from a member agent that probably deserves a reminder and word of caution. Our agent had a Private Passenger Auto policyholder that called the agency more than a year ago to delete an auto from the policy. The agent advised the policyholder to turn the license plate in simultaneous with
In just a couple of weeks, a team from IIANC will be traveling throughout North Carolina promoting the brand new Freedom Campaign. Stops in Wilmington, Greenville, Cary, Greensboro and Asheville will give you the chance to learn more about this exciting, new initiative and how it can benefit YOUR agency. Here are a few great
Many insurance agencies in North Carolina charge fees for various transactions such as: payment, policy, cancellation or reinstatements. According to the North Carolina Statutory Authority G.S. 58-2-40; 58-2-195; 58-33-85(b); Effective February 1, 1993; Amended Effective February 1, 1996 the following are the items your agency must perform to be in compliance. First, you should have
1. Communicate with your clients – Communicate, communicate, communicate! Yes, your clients want and need communication on many levels. With the continued move to mobility, our clients can receive emails, texts and phone calls on their mobile devices, allowing communication access on their terms. Today, many people feel they are just another number in the