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POSTPONED Lunch & Learn: Risk Management
January 29, 2020 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm$15
EVENT POSTPONED TO MARCH 2020
Learn tips for protecting your business from an expert in risk identification and mitigation.
Effective planning protects your wealth while growing it in the process. Guarding yourself and your business against unexpected events is imperative and requires a comprehensive plan that evaluates all risk factors.
Join us for a lunch and learn with Mark Battaglia of Tompkins Insurance Agencies, Inc.
Attendees can expect to walk away with a basic understanding of:
- What risk, risk management, and insurance are, as it applies to businesses
- The essential coverages that are needed for new business owners, as well as State required coverages (NYS Disability, Paid Family Leave, and Workers Compensation)
- How contracts with vendors, sub contractors, or landlords may require more specific coverage to be included on a policy
- The process of how insurance agents/brokers work, and how policy premiums are calculated
***Please register by Monday, January 27 so we can have an accurate count for lunch.***
Current NextCorps clients: Contact Kate Leonard (email@example.com) about a special discount code.
Account Executive, Tompkins Insurance
As an account executive for Tompkins Insurance, Mark works with customers to identify the appropriate insurance products and risk management strategies to protect their business. Through Tompkins’ strong relationship with the nation’s leading insurance carriers, he can provide options to suit the unique needs and budget of each company.
Mark has 15 years of experience in the financial services industry and focuses on risk identification and mitigation. Utilizing a thorough review of individual businesses to fully comprehend the array of potential risks that business owners face, Mark is able to leverage various insurance products to minimize these risks.
His educational background includes both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration from St. Bonaventure University. Prior to joining Tompkins, Mark was senior member of the Enterprise Risk Management division at The Bonadio Group in Pittsford, NY. He is a Licensed Property and Casualty Broker in New York State.
Mark has been an active volunteer with the Villa of Hope, is a director for the Conesus Lake Association, and a Board member for the National Alumni Association of St. Bonaventure University. He is also actively involved in the United Way of both Monroe and Livingston counties.
Mark resides with his wife, Pamela, in Penfield, NY.