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Josh Bartlett on why there’s no ‘I’ in writing $348 million

Tamikah Bretzke 1 minute read

Loan Market’s Josh Bartlett talks to The Adviser about how he got into the broking business after owning a gym, why he likes to implement better systems and processes within his business, why honesty is the best policy when it comes to dealing with clients and why he believes a supportive team is paramount to a broker’s success. 

Find out how this broker:

  • Achieved $348 million in total loans
  • Broke into insurance writing
  • Manages a healthy business and customer service balance
  • Promotes education and teamwork within his staff

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