RENOMIA NETWORK, the partner franchise network of the largest Czech insurance broker RENOMIA, has reached another important landmark: the value of insurance premiums managed for clients by the over 200 brokerage companies all over the Czech Republic united in this network has passed four billion CZK (approx. 154 million EUR)
“This is yet another goal achieved, and I believe we will reach many more goals together with our partners in the future,” states RENOMIA NETWORK’s director Ondřej Witowski.
A partnership of the successful
This success is the result of cooperation between RENOMIA and the individual members of the network, sharing of know-how, active negotiations with insurers and extensive investments into the modern technologies that RENOMIA is already using or newly developing to provide its clients and partners with increasingly superb and comprehensive services.
Although RENOMIA NETWORK now has over 200 members, it maintains its family character and individual approach. It is based on the RENOMIA values – reliability, service, development, good relations and enthusiasm – and provides all its members with broad support for both insurance and their professional development, giving them better technical infrastructure and marketing. Yet despite this close connection and broad support, members’ individuality, authenticity and independence is preserved.
Network member satisfaction remains the RENOMIA NETWORK team’s main goal
RENOMIA NETWORK’s members and their clients appreciate the constantly expanding scope of insurance specialisations and other services offered by RENOMIA GROUP. They tap into the chances to cooperate with colleagues and partners abroad, especially in Central and Eastern Europe, where RENOMIA GROUP has a very strong position. For example, GRANTEX dotace, the Czech number one in professional subsidy consultancy, recently arrived to boost the network’s services in risk management and insurance. Meanwhile RENOMIA NETWORK’s agricultural clients – but also towns and cities – benefit from RENOMIA's close cooperation with Agdata, which develops technologies for smart agriculture and smart cities.