Finding success in smaller business centres
Brent McKay, financial advisor for Sunlife Financial in Simcoe, Ont, gives three key tips on how to succeed in a smaller business centre: take a leadership role in the volunteer community; make confidentiality paramount; and deliver consistency to grow existing relationships. He spoke to Dan Richards from ClientInsights at the TMX in Toronto.
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