Independent Agent the premier publication for independent insurance agents and brokers. Every month, readers turn to IA for the latest in insurance and industry trends, forecasts and how-tos.
As the official publication of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America, IA is uniquely positioned to bring our readers news and analysis that they won't find in other insurance publications. Our originally reported articles provide the most important angle: How insurance industry news and trends affect agents and brokers.
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We know insurance agents crave information, and being in the loop is a must in the industry. Keeping tabs on this ever-evolving environment is Insurance News & Views. With more than 63,000 subscribers, this weekly e-mail publication is an online extension of IA. It contains originally-reported articles that agents won't see in other e-publications.
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Two for Tuesday is a weekly email sent out to all registered Big "I" Markets members outlining new products, services, success stories and marketing techniques. Big "I" Markets is IIABA's free specialty market access platform which offers a large selection of commercial and personal lines specialty products to our members.
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Big I Advantage® newsletter is an all-member agency publication that goes out on a quarterly basis. It consists of in-depth articles and advertising pertaining to all of our programs.
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VUpoint is the Big "I" Virtual University's free biweekly e-newsletter. It is sent to thousands of subscribers across the U.S. and Canada and to individuals in more than 70 other countries.
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ACT News is a FREE monthly newsletter providing the latest information on technology trends impacting our industry, as well as insights from across our Agents Council for Technology membership.
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