Benefit advisers must innovate or see their business escape into the hands of someone more ambitious and harder working.
That was the consensus of a panel, called “Disrupting the benefits status quo through simplicity,” last week at the Benefits Forum & Expo, hosted by Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser.
The panel consisted of Adam Berkowitz, founder, and president of Simpara HR; Brett Brummitt, senior partner, advisor for AG Insurance Agencies; Braden Monaco, managing partner of Blue Horizon Benefits; and Carl Schuessler Jr., managing principal of Mitigate Partners and BenefitStrategies. Eric Silverman of Voluntary Disruption served as moderator. An edited transcript of the conversation appears below.
Read the transcript here → Advisers fight the status quo in a changing market