(PRWEB) September 7, 2005
When asked if the typical health insurance agent is male or female, most people respond male. While these people may be right, the health insurance industry is seeing an influx of women insurance agents and more importantly, successful women insurance agents.
One such company that recognizes the positive correlation between health insurance and women agents is InsureAmerica. InsureAmerica (http://www.byoib.com) is capitalizing on the fact that more and more women are working and running businesses of their own and has been recruiting talented and motivated women to tap into this growing market.
ÂWho better to talk to a business woman than another business woman,Â states Dan Roberts, VP Sales and Marketing. ÂMost times they can relate to each other's struggles and responsibilities and will forge a positive relationship with one another.Â
Currently, one of InsureAmericaÂs top producers is a woman. She has found a way to out-produce many of the men in the organization while keeping up with her personal life --- a husband and two children, with another on the way. She says the key is balance and keeping her priorities straight. She praises InsureAmerica for affording her the opportunity to be a successful, self-employed businesswoman.
ÂHer success hinges on the fact that she realizes her time and her clientÂs is valuable and she makes it known up front that she is there to do business,Â Roberts states. ÂHowever, she is also successful because money is not her sole motivation. This is her career and she has set goals for herself, including managing a team of agents, which is what our company is all about.Â
Headquartered in Dallas, TX, InsureAmerica has been providing individuals and small businesses with quality health insurance for 17 years. The company has a nationwide presence with agents in 30 states. Insurance of America offers health insurance, life insurance and health savings accounts, among other products. All products are provided by A-rated or better carriers and endorsed by the National Business Association.
For more information visit http://www.byoib.com.