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Denplan Sponsor ‘Best use of Dental Benefits by an Intermediary’ Award

9 July, 2012

The Health Insurance Awards are the UK’s leading awards for intermediaries who have shown excellence in the advice process, selling health insurance and protection products and or in entrepreneurial endeavour. This year’s awards are being held on Thursday 18th October at the five-star Grosvenor House Hotel, London and are expected to attract over 850 intermediaries and providers.

Denplan is proud to sponsor the ‘Best use of Dental Benefits by an Intermediary’ award at this year’s Health Insurance Awards, and we’d love for you to get involved.

Here are some things you may not know about the Health Insurance Awards:

  • The Judging Panel does not look at company size or market standing – all intermediaries are treated equally and judged on the quality of their entry,  so everyone is in with an equal chance of winning
  • Entering is easy and Intermediaries can register their entry online
  • Shortlisted and winning intermediaries will have an advantage over their competitors
  • Winning this award will enhance customer confidence and trust in the winning and shortlisted intermediaries, which can, in turn, positively impact your bottom line
  • The PR and marketing benefits of winning or being shortlisted for this award will help to raise your profile and, if you win this category, Denplan will offer you a full page advert to promote your achievement in a trade publication of your choice

 To register your interest please visit the Health Insurance Awards

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