Insurance blog for new and current producers

By Marianne Rumbaugh on April 26, 2016

Welcome to Backstage with GIG

You are invited to take a step behind the velvet rope and enter a whole new world. It’s the place insurance legends are made. One where we give you the information, tools and resources to become an insurance rock star and transform your clients into raving fans.

Our Backstage blog will regularly highlight and offer in-depth discussion and insights on topics and issues that are important to you. Whether it’s examining key ways to sell value to clients, delving into succession planning or exploring new sales and marketing tactics to find and grow new business, we seek to help you:

  • Develop stronger connections with your clients for blockbuster retention
  • Meet and exceed client needs with some of the strongest insurance, training and risk management programs available to KO the competition
  • Grow your book of business

Professionals from throughout Glatfelter Program Managers’ many divisions and specialty areas, as well as guest industry bloggers, will be posting regularly on the blog on a variety of topics covering sales, underwriting, marketing, planning, risk control, technology, claims and much more. We also welcome your feedback on topics and issues you would like to see addressed in the blog.

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Marianne Rumbaugh


The information contained in this blog post is intended for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace expert advice in connection with the topics presented. Glatfelter specifically disclaims any liability for any act or omission by any person or entity in connection with the preparation, use or implementation of plans, principles, concepts or information contained in this publication.

Glatfelter does not make any representation or warranty, expressed or implied, with respect to the results obtained by the use, adherence or implementation of the material contained in this publication. The implementation of the plans, principles, concepts or materials contained in this publication is not a guarantee that you will achieve a certain desired result. It is strongly recommended that you consult with a professional advisor, architect or other expert prior to the implementation of plans, principles, concepts or materials contained in this publication.

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