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The Canadian Stagers Guide To Business Insurance

When:
Thursday, September 14, 2017, 4:00 PM until 5:00 PM
Where:
ONLINE-RESA Member exclusive

Contact:
Alexis Downing
888-201-8687
Category:
Professional Development
Registration is required
Registrants & Fees
No Fee

Eric Osborne, Jones DesLauriers Insurance Management


Eric Osborne has over 11 years of experience in the insurance industry and has held both technical and leadership roles in commercial underwriting and broker management.Working alongside the firm’s Industry Leaders and Business Specialists, he is responsible for the firm’s Client Experience strategy, Insurer Partnerships, and Information Technology to ensure we are innovative and differentiated in our marketplace. Eric started his career in commercial underwriting for a multinational insurer which included gaining International experience, and also led a brokerage in Northern Ontario.Eric is a graduate of the University of Ottawa. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree, Honours. Eric is a Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) with his Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker (CAIB) and Canadian Risk Management (CRM) Designations

Jones DesLauriers Insurance Management Inc. (JDIMI) has partnered with a leading national insurer to develop a unique and comprehensive insurance program for members of the Real Estate Staging Association™. Meet your contacts at JDIMI, learn about key features of the insurance program, and hear about some claims situations and how we want to protect you.

Learn

  1. 1. Why you need business insurance
    2. The JDIMI advantage and type of insurance available to you
    3. The cost of the program