Here's the last episode of season 2, where the gang talks to Marilyn Horrick, Co-Chair of WICC Ontario, about her work with the Women in Insurance Cancer Crusade, the benefits for brokers of getting involved in charitable ventures, and her love of grumpy people.
Join Tom , Steve, Adam & Jeff as the crew hosts Sherif Gemayel, CEO of Trufla Technology. Between the recording of this episode and it's airing, Sherif has sold his brokerage companies to focus on Trufla Technology. Trufla is an insuretech focussing on broker tools such as truMobile, truLeads and digital marketing for brokers.
Episode 9 sees Tom, Jeff, Steve & Adam get down & dirty with Braden on what the future holds for the future of broker digitization and what Braden is doing to help brokers achieve that goal.
The Digital Insurance Pint Podcast is pleased to announce that they have completed a hostile takeover of The Insurance Podcast
Ben Isotta-Riches – EVP & MD of strategic partnership at Aviva Canada, continues our Brit Invasion theme, raises money through Movember; likes Alanis Morisette, and speaks the queen's English.
Dave Lechasseur and Julian Stillitano from The Croo Group (Croo.io) join us on this podcast. A crew, in breakdance folklore, is a collective of b-boys and b-girls. In this episode, Dave and Julian throw it down as their company, croo.io, is cyphering the insurance industry and keeping things fresh, popping and locking with their nifty communication product.
Paul Macdonald EVP of personal insurance, former lawyer, Aon Employee, PWC consultant and Tragically Hip fan talks about the Vyne system being Economical’s moonshot that will allow them leapfrog the industry.
Former US Marine, Arizona Rancher and Rush Fan, Taylor Rhodes, is getting the Applied System's troops ready for the next round of the Canadian Broker management systems business wars.
London was calling at 10:00 pm Uk time when the DIPP team jumped across the pond for our podcast with the man nicked named Duke.
Paul Jackson’s Favourite Canadian Singer is Bryan Adams. Dopey is his favourite dwarf. He is also a fanboy of one of the smartest CEO in Canadian insurance history, Charles Brindamour of Intact Insurance.