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BroadStreet Partners’ CEO Rick Miley Will Be a Panelist at Reagan’s Ownership Summit

BroadStreet Partners’ CEO Rick Miley has been invited to participate as a panelist at Reagan Consulting’s upcoming Agency Ownership Summit in Atlanta on May 6.

Rick will discuss BroadStreet’s unique co-ownership model, which serves to create a firm foundation for partnership, perpetuation and value creation for independent agents. Alongside the other panelists, he will also share his views about opportunities for innovation and differentiation in the independent agency business.

The Reagan Consulting Agency Ownership Summit is among the premier industry events and is attended by agency owners seeking market intelligence about perpetuation strategies, the industry M&A landscape and strategies for value creation.

To begin a discussion of your own with Rick about your agency’s perpetuation strategy and value creation opportunities, please email Rick.

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