Windsor, CT, September 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Hybrid Insurance Group (www.Hybridins.com) has been appointed by The Iroquois Group as one of their excess and surplus lines wholesalers in New England.
Hybrid Insurance Group is an excess and surplus lines insurance firm based in Windsor, CT bringing a technological component to underwriting and risk transfer expertise for small businesses.
“This is a very exciting time for Hybrid, we are very happy and fortunate that we were able to establish this partnership. This partnership is a testament to the quality of individuals and systems that we have at Hybrid Insurance Group,” says Earl O’Garro, Jr., Hybrid Insurance Group President and Chief Executive Officer. “It is an honor for us to work with such a highly respected, well-established company, and I believe The Iroquois Group is equally as excited to work with our firm, a new and innovative wholesaler,” says Earl O’Garro, Jr.
Hybrid Insurance Group is a desirable collaborator for the Iroquois Group as they offer a highly skilled team with an advanced technology system. One of Hybrid’s main goals is to reduce the amount of time it takes for a retail agent to receive a quotation and to provide a comparative proposal so that the agent and insured can discuss the value in each proposal. Adding to their efficiency, Hybrid provides a response in terms of the feasibility of placing the risk by the close of each business day. A “Live Chat” feature is also provided to clients via the company website to boost efficiency and customer relationship management for the young, tech-savvy clientele Hybrid seems to attract.
The Iroquois Group is one of the oldest and largest networks of Property and Casualty insurance agencies in the country, with more than 1,800 Member Agents in 37 states. Iroquois has been creating winning partnerships between agencies and insurance carriers for over 32 years.
For more information about Iroquois, visit their website at www.iroquoisgroup.com.
For more information about Hybrid Insurance Group, please see the website at www.Hybridins.com. For questions, additional information, or an opportunity to speak with Earl O’Garro, Jr., President and CEO of Hybrid Insurance Group, please contact Lauren Moore at PRessure PR, Lauren@pressurepr.net or Doning Barber at Dbarber@pressurepr.net.
About Hybrid Insurance Group
Hybrid Insurance Group (www.Hybridins.com) is based in Windsor, Connecticut and functions as a wholesale brokerage firm developed to strategically focus on binding authority business or small business accounts with a premium of $100,000 or less. The company philosophy is based on ingenuity, efficiency, and expertise in the field of underwriting and risk transfer. As a premier Managing General Agent, Hybrid Insurance Group provides a consistent buying experience with each and every client. Hybrid’s team is dedicated to communicating with their clients in all phases of the process—from the moment a risk is submitted to the moment the risk is bound.
About Earl O. O’Garro, Jr
Earl O'Garro, Jr. has served as the President and CEO of Hybrid Insurance Group, since its inception on April 1, 2010. Prior to joining Hybrid, Earl O’Garro, Jr. held various management positions with one of the largest privately held excess and surplus lines insurance firms in the state of Connecticut. Now as young successful, minority business owner, Earl O'Garro, Jr. plans on expanding Hybrid Insurance Group on a national and international level. Hybrid Insurance Group is already slated to open another office this coming fall.
Earl O’Garro, Jr. earned his bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University and his Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Insurance and Finance from The Barney School of Business. Earl O'Garro, Jr. is also actively involved in the insurance community, serving as a member in a bevy of different organizations that include: the National African-American Insurance Association (NAAIA); Connecticut Young Insurance Professionals; The J. Capital Foundation (board member); and the Professional Committee of The United Way.