Adapting to change and demands of the insurance industry (or not)





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Published on Nov 15, 2013

Rogers Insurance Ltd., & Sharp Insurance


Rogers Insurance Ltd. COO Bruce Rabik and Sharp Insurance President Sherif Gemayel perform a sketch of how they see some companies adapt (or not) to changing environments and demands of the industry.

Sherif: [crunching on a snack] Hi! I'm from mom & pop insurance.

Bruce: Hi! I'm Rogers Insurance.

Sherif: Hey Rogers, you should see these cookies that grandma baked for us. She just joined our team and we've been in business thirty years and we have four people now!

Bruce: That's great. Good for you. Sherif: Mmmm cookies are great. How are you guys doing?

Bruce: We're doing okay. We're up to.. 220 staff.

Sherif: 220 staff?

Bruce: Yeah.

Sherif: You don't get grandmas cookies! [laughs]

Bruce: Actually we do. I think your grandmother is a client of ours

Sherif: Oh... I'll let her know you like her cookies..


Sherif: Hi: I'm sweatshop insurance.

Bruce: Hi! I'm Sharp Insurance.

Sherif: Whatcha doing there Sharp?

Bruce: Oh, I'm just planning our next staff trip.

Sherif: Me too! I'm taking the staff bowling!

Bruce: Oh, really? That's good. Yeah.

Sherif: What are you guys doing?

Bruce: ... we're thinking about Hawaii.

Sherif: Hawaii Bowling! I LOVE that place!

Bruce: No...the Island. You know Maui, Honolulu..that sort of thing.

Sherif: Oh, like actual Hawaii. Hawaii Bowling is kind of the same?


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