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BroadStreet Partners℠ featured in Columbus Business First

Columbus Business First recently interviewed BroadStreet℠ CEO Rick Miley about the continued strong growth and success of our independent agent partners and our unique entrepreneurial business model:

 

Columbus investment firm eyes $1B mark after ramping up acquisitions

A Columbus investor in independent insurance agencies has more than tripled revenue in the four years since being sold off from State Auto Financial Corp.

BroadStreet Partners℠ grew to $380 million in revenue last year from about $100 million in 2011, CEO Rick Miley said, taking advantage of a consolidation trend in the industry. Read more…

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