// Mixpanel implementation The Mentoring Club - Monica Rovćanin

I am a professional (20+ years of experience) in the insurance industry (Romanian & ECE /CEE markets). My mixed background - working in sales, underwriting and product development, my passion for innovation and a great sense of customer, give me the advantage of a valuable strategic & critical thinking in the context of the adoption of new digital technologies.

My Mentoring Topics

  • Adopting a new pricing strategy (pricing for profit)
  • Implementing an effective omnichannel experience
  • Agile product development
  • Building a customer-centric sales force
  • Building a customer-centricity culture and strategy
  • Improved CX / UX across the distribution channels
  • Digital channel (development & optimization)
  • Increasing CLV & improving the long-term profitability
  • Leadership & Management
  • Starting a new career in Insurance industry
  • Developing a long-term career in insurance

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