Support Small Business as an Insurance Agent
November 23, 2016
For small business owners, their business isn’t just a job – it’s their life. That’s why every year millions of Americans come together to support their local main street for Small Business Saturday. In 2015 alone, consumers spent $16 billion supporting local businesses on Small Business Saturday.
What is Small Business Saturday?
Small Business Saturday began in 2010 as a day dedicated to shopping in your own community during the holiday season. It’s always promoted on the Saturday following Thanksgiving, and is focused on helping small businesses gain exposure, which in turn, helps the local economy. For every $100 spent at a local business, $68 goes back into the local community. When small businesses succeed, the whole community wins. Consider this:
Offer Employee Benefits for Local Businesses
Local business owners not only care about their business, but the people who spend their lives also working to make their businesses a success. Farm Bureau agents can help business owners establish employee benefits for themselves and their employees, such as retirement funding and health insurance coverage.
Support From Farm Bureau as You Sell Commercial Insurance
Providing coverage for small businesses in your community is a big responsibility, so understand that you’re not alone. You have the opportunity to work with a commercial marketing underwriter to help you grow your business prospect list. You can also work with a sales coach to help you with:
- Preparing your commercial marketing and prospecting plan
- Utilizing CRM for tracking and following up to help meet your goals
- Navigating the Marketing Toolkit and maximizing your prospecting lead opportunities
- Understanding how to maximize your contract
Help Small Businesses Succeed as a Farm Bureau Agent
As a Farm Bureau agent, you don’t just support small businesses on Small Business Saturday; you help them year-round. If you’re passionate about making a difference in your community, an insurance career could be right for you. Click “Get Started” to learn more about how to become a Farm Bureau insurance agent.