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TWG Insurance Overview

Irving, TX
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Insurance Carriers
Unknown / Non-Applicable


TWG Insurance is one of the largest and fastest growing independent insurance agencies in the United States and was recently ranked number 12 in Insurance Journal's list of the top 50 personal lines agencies in the nation . Since our founding, we have reiterated ... Read more

Mission: Our Mission is to PROTECT FAMILIES.

PROTECTING FAMILIES starts with taking care of and developing our TWG family, by providing fun, challenging, engaging, and rewarding careers and being one of the best companies to work for in Texas.

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TWG Insurance Reviews

  • "Account Executive"

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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Account Executive in Irving, TX
    Current Employee - Account Executive in Irving, TX
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at TWG Insurance full-time (Less than a year)


    The best thing about working at Goosehead, is being able to help other people find solutions with their insurance. An added bonus is you're surrounded with a great family of liked minded people. Since the day I started, I have felt more than welcomed in the office, and building relationships with my superiors and mentors is a huge Pro. More importantly, having coaches available to my everyday process. This is only setting me up for the mass amount of success that can be achieved here at Goosehead. The work environment is Great! Management is world class and having them as mentors through your process, just gives you the most grit and drive to making sure you're performing and organized daily.


    The only Con is there is a lot to distinguish through the carriers. But rather than con, it's more of an educational process. It comes with time. Everything about Goosehead is tremendous and World Class.

    Advice to Management

    My only advice to management, is to keep doing what you're doing. Goosehead get's better and better, day by day.

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TWG Insurance Interviews



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Getting an Interview




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    Marketing Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at TWG Insurance.


    I submitted a resume online and was contacted by their HR department. We conducted an initial phone interview in which I was told about the company and the position. The recruiter spent the first half of the call selling me on why I should work for the company, which I found interesting. The interview went well and I was contacted within 24 hours and invited to their offices for a 90-minute, face/face meeting with the CEO, CFO and COO.

    I arrived expecting to meet with them in a panel interview, as that's how it was presented to me. In the front lobby I was offered a bottle of water as I sat with two other people to whom I initially paid little notice. However, it quickly dawned on me that they were interviewing for the same job as myself. Instead of the expected panel interview, each of us was to meet separately with the CEO, CFO and COO, respectively.

    We each met with one of the executives for 30 minutes in a "round robin" type interview process. It was a somewhat disjointed process in which we tried to cram a lot of info into a short time frame. I felt rushed and off-balance with the interview format. It was also extremely awkward that all three candidates repeatedly passed each other in the hall or were waiting outside the door when your meeting with a particular executive ended.

    All in all, the people I met with were nice enough and the company seemed committed to building an internal marketing department. That said, I felt the entire process was pretty "bush league" for what was supposed to be a upper-level position. It actually turned me off and I left very unimpressed and was actually glad that I was not called back.

    Interview Questions

    • These are the products and service lines that our company offers. How would you market them and the company in order to increase business? A bit difficult to answer when you know next to nothing about the company, its customer base, existing marketing practices.   Answer Question
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TWG Insurance Awards & Accolades

  • Top 50 Personal Lines Agencies in the US, Insurance Journal, 2013
  • Largest Personal Lines Agency in the US, Insurance Journal, 2013
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