Consolidated Insurance Agents Announces 2014 Annual Conference

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'Insurance Hunger Games: How to Create & Sustain Organic New Business Growth!' focuses on selling and educating our clients, says CIA CEO JohnTiene.

Creating organic business growth, building profits and choosing niche markets with an overall focus on selling are among the key topics that will be featured at the annual Consolidated Insurance Agents (CIA) conference. This conference will welcome CIA member agents, partners and non-member agents to attend on Thursday, April 10 at the Woodbridge Renaissance Hotel in Iselin, New Jersey. The conference is invitation-only or by request.

“This conference is an opportunity for CIA to share our vision and our philosophy for success, which includes a real focus on selling and educating our clients,” said John K. Tiene, chief executive officer, CIA. “We are excited to share what CIA has learned since we started five years ago and how we are evolving to better respond to the marketplace here in New Jersey and beyond.”

Conference Highlights

The theme of this year’s conference is “Insurance Hunger Games: How to Create & Sustain Organic New Business Growth!” The event begins on Thursday, April 10 at 9 a.m. and concludes at 2 p.m.

The conference will feature a keynote by Tiene and two guest speakers from MarshBerry, a leading advisory firm to insurance agents and carriers, brokers and banks in all fifty states. Featured speakers from MarshBerry include: Nick Kormos, Senior Sales Management Consultant, and Jim Wochele, Sales Management Consultant.

Register by April 4

The CIA conference is invitation-only or by request. Interested agents may request an invitation by contacting CIA at info(at)consolidatedinsurancenj(dot)com by April 4. Further information is also available by calling (732) 960-2007or by visiting the CIA website at

About Consolidated Insurance Agents

Consolidated Insurance Agents (CIA) was founded in 2009 to give independent insurance agents increased strength in the marketplace. CIA enables agents to maintain 100% ownership and control of their agencies while giving them the economy of scale to increase contingent income and access broader markets. For more information, please visit [

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