NIP Programs Announces New Program Manager

NIP Programs, a division of NIP Group, Inc., announced that Siobhan Davey has joined the management team as a Program Manager.

NIP Programs is a leader in designing and administering specialty insurance programs tailored to the specific needs of highly-specialized industries. NIP Programs recently announced the launch of GlassPro™, a specialty insurance program serving the Glass Industry, to join its successful flagship program, LandPro® TreePro™, the leading specialty insurance program for Landscapers and Tree Service companies.

As Program Manager, Davey is responsible for the growth and profitability of individual insurance programs within NIP Programs and reports directly to the divisional President.

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