Insurance Business has opened entries for its third annual Young Guns report – a showcase of talented young professionals who are full of promise as the future leaders of the industry.
The report offers a rare opportunity for insurance professionals in the early stages of their career to have their contributions to the industry recognised on a national platform.
“Being recognised as an Insurance Business Young Gun has allowed me the recognition and respect from both my colleagues and within the wider industry. I would encourage all young insurance professionals to apply to show their own well-deserved achievements.” said Kate Baldwin, domestic broker, Runacres Insurance, IB Young Guns 2019.
The entry process is straight-forward and completely free of charge, via this online form.
To be eligible for a place on the report, individuals must be aged 35 or under, working in a role that relates to the general insurance industry and have never previously been named in the Insurance Business Young Guns list.
The Young Guns 2020 winners will be announced in the Insurance Business New Zealand newsletter and on the website in April.