Welcome to the PIA of Wisconsin
Hundreds of insurance agencies, from the very small to the very large, in every corner of the state, proudly call themselves members of the Professional Insurance Agents of Wisconsin.
Life & Health FOCUS
Wednesdays in September
Updated courses with timely information!
FREE for PIA Members!
Instructed by David Grunke, CHC, RHU, CHHC
Educate. Advocate. Collaborate.
The Professional Insurance Agents of Wisconsin is a community of dedicated independent agents and insurance professionals, working to promote and improve the independent agency channel. Supporting the advancement and excellence of independent agencies is the core of our mission.
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We are the premier association of insurance education in Wisconsin. Grow your knowledge and your bottom line at our education sessions. Whether you want to pursue a professional designation or meet your Wisconsin CE requirements, you have come to the right place.
With two lobbyists representing you in Madison and many more in Washington D.C., PIA is working to protect the agency channel at both the state and federal level. Our goal is a regulatory environment that allows your agency to grow and prosper.
The community of PIA allows constant collaboration with other agents and industry professionals. Whether you are starting an agency, working to grow your agency, or considering new technologies, PIA members have diverse experience and insights to share. Collaborate with, learn from, and continue to grow alongside fellow PIA members at our many annual events like our Winter Get-Away, ENGAGE convention or golf outing.
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