Some of QIC’s best performing agents
QUALITY INSURANCE Company Limited, a leading general insurance provider in Ghana, recently recognized its best performing agents for their enormous contributions towards the growth of the company for 2019 at an event organized in Takoradi.
In attendance were over 100 sales agents who operated QIC’s agency offices across the country.
The agents were heavily involved in the sale of general insurance products in the many QIC outlets across the country. Notable amongst these insurance products are QIC’s enhanced motor comprehensive insurance policies “Kingly Queenly” and “Go Girl” which offers customers add-on services including free vehicle services and a courtesy vehicle.
Seven awards were presented to top performing agents the best three performing agents, best female agent, up-and-coming agent, most dedicated agent and longest serving agent.
Kumasi-based Joseph Adarkwah Yiadom who emerged the Best Performing Agent for 2019 also walked away with a fully funded trip to Dubai with spending money of US$2,000.
The second and third Best Performing Agents were Anthony Kudjordzi and Mr. Simon Baba Salifu who won fully paid trips to Dubai with spending money of US$1,500 and US$1,000 respectively.
There were special awards for Beauty Galley (Best Female Producing Agent), Messrs. Raymond Zuzie (Longest Serving Agent), Reuben Fuseini Issah (Up-and-Coming Agent) and John Baptist Mensah (Most Dedicated Agent).
The programme climaxed with an agents’ Day Out at Maaha Beach Resort located in Atuabo, where the agents had an opportunity to socialize and interact with each other and management.
Reacting to the gesture, Joseph Adarkwah Yiadom, Best Performing Agent, thanked QIC for recognizing their hard work and putting together an exciting programme for them.
“It has been a great experience working with QIC. I look forward to my trip to Dubai and I must say I appreciate their support and recognition. My colleagues and I are ready to do more this year,” he said.
The top three Best Performing Agents are expected to leave Ghana for Dubai later this month.