Insurance companies have been struggling to find the right balance between being a legitimate business and protecting their customers’ money.
In the past year, they have seen their profits drop and are facing competition from new online insurance companies that offer cheaper and more efficient policies.
However, the insurance industry is still reeling from the global financial crisis, which has seen a huge spike in the number of uninsured people, and with no immediate end in sight, insurers are now looking for ways to protect their business and help their customers out.
There are many factors at play, but a big one is that they are struggling to figure out what they want to be when they grow up.
What is a “Insurance Agent”?
Insurers are not big business like the pharmaceutical companies, or the big banks, and many are trying to find a way to carve out their own niche while staying true to their core values.
They want to protect customers from financial losses in the event of natural disasters, and help people avoid becoming homeless.
They can be very profitable and they are highly regulated, so they have to stay very clear of conflicts of interest.
But some are also being forced to rethink their roles as insurers and focus on improving their customers service and customer experience.
In this article, we will be looking at how the insurance world is evolving, and how insurers have taken on some of these challenges.