SuretyBonds.com makes 2013 New Year’s resolutions

New year's resolutions

Hello colleagues, clients and others who are perusing our blog for information about the surety bond industry!

We’ve been making some big changes here at SuretyBonds.com — on our website and otherwise — and we want to let you know what our most recent goals are. We hope you’ll hold us accountable, which is why we’re sharing our 2013 New Year’s resolutions with you.

  1. Our Blog
    Every Monday and Wednesday throughout 2013, we’re going to update our blog to feature a news article that offers comprehensive insight into the surety bond industry, such as articles that explain legislative updates that include changes to surety bond requirements. Every Friday we’re going to update our blog to feature a lesson in Surety Bonds 101. The experts here at SuretyBonds.com know that bond insurance can be a confusing topic, so we’re going to break down the various aspects of bonding within a number of different industries.
  2. Educational Advantage
    We’re going to continue building the most comprehensive educational resource about bonding available online.
  3. Increased Personal Visibility
    We want you to really get to know the faces behind those who work at SuretyBonds.com, so we’re going to update our blog and social media accounts with a more in-depth look at how our company works. We think transparency is a good thing and hope you take the time to get to know the faces behind SuretyBonds.com.
  4. Community Service
    We aim to give back in as many ways as possible. In case you didn’t know, we just kicked off our first ever scholarship program! We appreciate the role small business plays in our livelihood, which is why we’ve designed a scholarship program that will benefit students with small business experience. You can read more about it here.
  5. Customer Feedback
    We hope that our clients will hold us accountable. If you’re a client of ours, we ask that you share your bonding experience with us in one of two ways:

    By getting feedback from previous clients, we can re-evaluate our business strategies and improve the way we do business.

We enjoyed 2012 and hope you did, too. Here’s to a great 2013!