Nancy Giacolone, President at Olympic Crest Insurance

The P's & Q's Podcast by PerfectQuote, hosted by Kevin Dawson. A podcast to discuss all things related to benefits, insurance, and technology.

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In this episode of the P’s & Q’s Podcast by PerfectQuote, we share some pints and questions with Nancy Giacolone, President of Olympic Crest Insurance and 2023 BenefitsPRO Broker of the Year. We discuss how she has evolved her agency to better serve her clients and their employees using technology and social media, what it takes to become an award winning broker, and how the insurance industry is evolving with technology.

About Nancy:
Nancy started Olympic Crest Insurance in 1995 as a boutique employee benefit focused agency and has continued to grow it ever since. With her extensive experience working with and for employers in the employee benefit area, her mission is to share her knowledges with as many employers as possible to transform their benefit package.

Nancy has earned many industry awards and is a sought after speaker both within and outside of the industry. She is the host of her own podcast “Recipe for Success” which can be found on all major podcast platforms and YouTube.

She is a life-long learner with a desire for constant improvement which is the key ingredient to her success.

When not trying to revolutionize the benefits industry, she can be found spending time with her husband and three dogs or in the kitchen whipping up something fabulous. She is also a reader, lover of puzzles, Peloton, and a good laugh with friends and family.

About PerfectQuote:
PerfectQuote is a group insurance quoting platform that helps benefits brokers and general agents procure, analyze and sell benefits insurance faster, error-free, and without any need for data entry. PerfectQuote is cloud-based software used by Top-50 agencies, regional, local firms, and general agencies operating within the employee benefits industry. PerfectQuote is proud to call Austin, Texas home.

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