HUB Insurance Opens Niverville Office



HUB Insurance is proceeding with plans to open a new brokerage in Niverville in the new office space at 106 Main Street, plans which have been in the works since early 2017. 

“We should be open in the latter half of January,” says Cameron Dueck, manager of the new branch. “We will begin operation with four full-time staff in Niverville.”

Full-time staff include Dueck, Paul Brodeur, Jessica Reimer, and Rachel Weber. Other familiar faces who will frequent the local office include Ray Dowse (Business Development Manager), Holly Dibra (Multiline Account Executive), and Kris Moffat (Commercial Account Executive).

“HUB International, which began in 1998, is one of the largest and fastest growing insurance brokerage networks in North America,” says Dueck. “The HUB model is unique in that it can offer the services of a global insurer, right in our own backyard.”

Last year, the company acquired 16 branches in Saskatchewan. In total, HUB is a network of 400 integrated brokerages. 

“I don’t think we could have picked a better location in Niverville,” says Dueck, who notes that the office furniture is set to be installed January 8. “The building is centrally located on Main Street, and being in a multi-unit complex provides a great opportunity to drive traffic.” 

HUB offers an expansive line of independent insurance products geared towards all types of clients, although the company’s greatest strength is serving the mid-sized commercial market. 

“Our team is really looking forward to getting into the community,” Dueck adds. “Our time in Winnipeg has been very valuable in learning the landscape of the organization. I have personally spent some time in a few departments, which has greatly benefited in familiarizing myself with our HUB-branded commercial products and HUB Advantage home insurance plan.”

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