Being a full-time energy broker can be challenging, and the career comes with setbacks. In this article, we outline some of the scariest things about the energy broker business and how you can overcome them.
Prospecting for new customers as an energy broker can be challenging. That's why it's important to know what marketing materials to leave behind with your prospects. Marketing materials can help multiply your sales efforts. Here is what to do.
If you ever get a notification from your energy broker or supplier that your customer's utility account has been dropped from service, there are a few action steps you need to take. In this article, we outline the proper steps to take in order to get your customer re-enrolled.
There are two different types of billing structures offered by retail energy suppliers: consolidated and dual billing. As an energy broker, it is important to understand the pro's and con's of both billing options so you can better advise your customers.
It is important to present energy price quotes to customers in a simple, easy-to-understand format. Furthermore, it is critical to show a true apples-to-apples price comparison between supplier and utility rates.
When you are entering into a contract with an energy supplier for your business, there are certain things you must know in order to fully understand the terms of the agreement. Furthermore, there are nuances between supplier contracts that energy brokers should be aware of to better serve their customers.