New England Insurance Agents: Will you be attending #BigEvent17? Visit us at Booth #71-72 at MAIA's BIG Event 2017 at the Marriott Copley Place. Renaissance Alliance staff will be out in full force and waiting to meet you. We're eager to chat with you, learn your needs and issues, and to share everything that's new with us since last year's show.
400 attendees are urged to “Cultivate Curiosity” to continue and build on recent growth
Renaissance Alliance Insurance Services (RAIS), New England's premier network of specialty services for independent insurance agencies, marked growth and achievements at its recent Annual Meeting in Newport, RI. Meeting attendees included more than 400 member insurance agencies, insurance company executives, service partners and staff. The two-day meeting encompassed networking and breakout sessions, kiosks, demos and interactive sessions in the Carrier & Vendor Pavilion
We're in the final countdown for our 2017 Renaissance Alliance Annual Meeting. On October 12 & 13, we'll be convening at Gurney's Newport Resort & Spa in Newport RI. We expect to be more than 400 attendees strong, including agency principals and staff, representatives from our insurance partners, valued vendors and members of our own Renaissance Alliance team. We'd like to extend our deep appreciation to all our meeting sponsors who make this annual event possible. Thank you for your continued support!
The Renaissance team is hard at work putting finishing touches on our 2017 Renaissance Alliance Annual Meeting. This is our annual opportunity to convene with our agency members, our Renaissance Alliance team, partner insurers and valued vendors. We anticipate about 400 attendees for the two-day event in Newport, RI on October 12-13. Our theme this year is Cultivate Curiosity. Curiosity is a vital business asset at all times, but never more so than in today's dynamic and ever-changing market landscape.
What makes independent agents decide to join a so-called agency aggregation, cluster, or grouping? Increased access to insurance markets would probably be the number one reason, but increased access to markets and higher profit share alone are no longer sufficient for agencies to thrive and remain relevant in a disruptive marketplace.