Bravo Networks, the family brand incorporating Broker Network and Compass which represents over 700 independent regional brokers across the UK, has revealed a dynamic new proposition structure which can respond seamlessly to help grow, protect and support Members as they adapt to industry pressures.
The three streams include Premier, a service-led model that provides substantial back-office support in areas such as HR and Compliance; Select, which drives enhanced growth deals across a panel of Insurer Partners; and Access, a digitally-focused offering which provides brokers with tools and templates to help them trade effectively.
All of this is underpinned by a team of 150+ in-house experts and a new mobile-first platform, Engage, which enables Members to connect with the Networks at the touch of a button, on their desktop and on the move.
The launch of the new proposition coincides with the unveiling of the Bravo Networks brand, which showcases the combined strength and buying power of the two Networks. The foundation brands of Broker Network and Compass will continue uninterrupted and will inform culture at a local level.
Jaime Swindle, Managing Director of Networks and Products, comments: “This is a really exciting step for the Networks that demonstrates how we can grow, protect and support independent brokers at every stage of their life cycle and adapt our offering to meet Members’ business needs as they continue to evolve into the new normal.
“Over the past 12 months we have modified the delivery of our in-house capability and expertise to elevate our Members as they navigated their way through the pressures of the pandemic. There is a huge untapped potential we can unlock for independent brokers and we have no intentions of slowing down.
“Meanwhile the Bravo Networks brand allows us to pool resources in a really smart way that puts Members in the driving seat and demonstrates our substantial collective strength to the industry, while maintaining the established and respected brand identities of Broker Network and Compass.”