Each of our Business Development Representatives (BDRs) service their own marketing territory, allowing them to understand the specific business environment and risk exposures in their area. Our BDRs are able to identify new opportunities and establish relationships with customers, prospects, local associations and brokers in their regional territories.
BDRs solicit new business opportunities and partner with the insured’s broker of choice. Since we’re an open-brokerage market, we can transact business with any licensed producer. Beyond the solicitation of new business opportunities, the BDR pre-inspects all new business submissions to ensure an account fits our underwriting appetite, meets our loss control guidelines, and follows our minimum automobile standards. The BDR also calls on our existing customers working in a consultative manner to assist them in operating a safer business.