Newport Beach (PRWEB) June 1, 2010
Financial services wholesalers continue to demonstrate their desire for information that is targeted directly to their unique and challenging roles. As motivators, idea-generators and professional resource providers for financial advisors, registered representatives and the institutions that serve these professionals, wholesalers are in a unique position to make a difference in the industry – but who’s supporting and motivating them?
I Carry The Bag™…the official magazine of wholesaling http://www.icarrythebag.com launches in June to serve that need. Available quarterly, as both a print and digital publication, the magazine is the first-ever publication of its kind.
Financial Services Wholesalers Crave Targeted Information. Traditional Media Sources Only Go So Far.
"While many publications that cover the broader financial services landscape occasionally touch on wholesaling, we know there is a need for a tightly targeted resource," says Rob Shore, Editor-in-Chief of I Carry The Bag and 30-year veteran of the financial services community. "When you look at the proliferation of interest in blogs such as Wholesaler Masterminds http://www.wholesalermasterminds.com/blog and the groups on LinkedIn that are targeted to wholesaling, this publication is clearly serving the right demographic at just the right time."
Art, Science And Lifestyle -- All In One Targeted Publication Designed Especially For Wholesalers.
With feature stories that delve into topics that are unique to the wholesaler's craft along with articles written by nationally recognized columnists, I Carry The Bag http://www.icarrythebag.com offers insights and education on issues ranging from fitness on the road, to work/life balance, to food and wine education. "Our content has been explicitly tailored to the needs of our readers and is edited by veterans of the business," Shore says.
More information about I Carry The Bag™…the official magazine of wholesaling is available at ICarryTheBag.com http://www.icarrythebag.com or via email or contact Rob Shore, Editor-in-Chief at 949-891-1117