Social media 'wrong platform' for promoting chartered status

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And at the moment, he does not think that social media is the right platform to promote chartered status.

“The message about chartered brokers isn’t getting to the man on the street,” explained Mr Newall.

“The only people who seem to recognise chartered status are the large corporates and other people in the industry.”

As such, the message is completely lost on the average social media user.

Mr Newall said it was down to the Chartered Insurance Institute to educate the public, and added that it

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