Why Should YOU Go to InsurEXPO14?

Blog post submitted by Allyson Knott (aknott@iianc.com) Follow Allyson on Twitter: @Allyson_IIANC

EXPO14_shortlogowithtaglineIf you have ever thought of attending an IIANC event, now is the time to register! As the state’s largest and most active trade association for independent insurance agents, we also host the largest industry trade shows and conferences within the state. With so much to offer, you cannot afford not to attend! Our next event, InsurEXPO14, will offer you a ton while taking minimal time away from the office.

IIANC events give you a unique opportunity to build new relationships and expand current ones with IIANC PARTNER companies and other industry-related exhibitors. With a packed Networking Hall featuring over 75 vendors lined up for InsurEXPO14, you will have hours to explore and make connections with companies who want YOUR business! Where else will you have a captive audience of insurance companies, technology vendors, disaster recovery companies, and much more eagerly awaiting the opportunity to forge a new business relationship with YOU?

InsurEXPO14 will offer new avenues of learning, staying current with insurance industry trends and earning CE credits. This year, we will be offering breakout sessions which allow you to choose which topics appeal most to you.  The event’s keynote speaker will be industry heavyweight Roger Sitkins, the nation’s leading sales coach and trainer to the independent insurance agency system.

As we all know, nothing beats face-to-face interaction. In this digitally-dominated world, it is so important to take the time to shake hands and make that personal connection. I hope that you will make the choice to join us on February 19-20 at the Sheraton Imperial RTP for what promises to be another AWESOME event!

CLICK HERE to register today!

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