|Telemarketer Signs Lease On Historic Pittsfield Building|
07:21PM / Monday, April 08, 2013
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A business-to-business telemarketing company is leasing the historic Wollison-Shipton building on North Street and bringing at least a half-dozen new jobs.
Premium Marketing Enterprises Corp. signed a least last week to occupy office space in the 125-year-old building. The company, established in 1998, connects businesses in the technical, software and insurance fields by generating leads. The company already works with agencies such as Travelers Insurance and Nationwide.
"It's direct contact marketing. We're not calling people at their home. We're connecting business to business," founder Mike
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|Berkshire Insurance Group Revamps Website|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Insurance Group, a Berkshire Bank affiliate, has launched a "user-friendly" website at www.berkshireinsurancegroup.com. The new site includes a chat option and a client resource center through which customers can request a quote online. Berkshire Insurance Group offers auto, home, recreational vehicle, life, long-term care, as well as many types of business insurance and more.
|02:49PM / Wednesday, March 07, 2012|
"We think those visiting will find it user friendly and full of information and resources," said Jim Herrick, vice president of personal lines.
Additional features include:
Network design to help visitors easily navigate across
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|Insurance Agencies Join Forces at MountainOne|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A local insurance company is going to become part of MountainOne Financial Partners.
|04:10PM / Friday, February 24, 2012|
Stevenson & Co. has joined forces with Coakley, Pierpan, Dolan and Collins, according CPDC President and CEO Timothy Dolan. CPDC is already a MountainOne Financial Partner.
The two agencies will share common expenses and systems as a way to trim costs.
"This means we'll have more funds available to spend on service and product upgrades that benefit customers," said Dolan.
John Murphy, Stevenson's president and CEO, said the move will allow his firm to remain local and independent. "Joining forces with CPDC allows us to do this. And, we'll
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