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Our employee spotlight today shines on Tom Fallucca who excels both in and out of the office. Tom is a Senior Account Manager in our Naperville, IL office that has been with ASL for a little over a year now. Check out the spotlight below to learn more about Tom and learn why he was recently featured in the Chicago Sun Times!
Done properly, a SWOT analysis can be one of the most effective strategic planning tools you have. For small businesses, SWOT analyses can be completed in just a short amount of time without the need for outsourcing. Performing a SWOT analysis can help you make important business and marketing decision that will help grow your business. Before we look at how to perform a SWOT analysis, let’s take a look at how performing one can benefit your small business.
One of your top clients receives a gift that she’s been eyeing for months — a platinum and diamond necklace. The next day she calls your office and asks a very important question, “What happens if my necklace is lost or stolen from my home?” Clients often have questions when they have valuable pieces of art or jewelry in their home. Let’s examine three questions your clients may ask when inquiring about coverage for their valuable personal articles.