Upcoming webinar: Watch brokers talk about boosting business growth through talent acquisition and retention


As the UK reopens following the impact of Covid-19, the focus of many broking firms is now on driving business growth. But with 77% of brokers reporting that they did not even have a recruitment budget for the current financial year, how can growth targets be achieved?

The results of Insurance Age’s recent broker training survey revealed that staff training, alongside improved employee benefits and wellbeing can help drive business growth for both small and large brokerages, whilst also leading to a happier workforce and greater staff retention.

Broking firms can also tailor recruitment campaigns to the needs of Millennials and Gen Z candidates in order to attract the next generation of talent into the industry and ensure that recruitment budgets are used wisely.

In this upcoming webinar brought to you by Post’s sister title Insurance Age in association with Idex Consulting on 23rd September at 11am, an expert panel will discuss the specific skills brokers require to reach their full potential, why learning and development is an essential part of the business growth puzzle and how broking firms of all sizes can reap the benefits.


Jonathan Swift, Director of content, Insurance Post


  • David Carr, Managing Director, London, IDEX
  • Natalie McClean, Chief People Officer, Partners&
  • Stewart Johns, Director, Safe Guard Insurance Services.

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