Plymouth Rock Assurance is a member of the Plymouth Rock Group of Companies. which together write and manage over $1 billion in annual auto and homeowners’ insurance premiums throughout the North-East of the US.



Dan Swift has an encyclopedic knowledge of social selling that he shares with polished presentation skills. He will not let you down! Dan was the featured speaker at my company’s Digital Expo in New Jersey. His presentation provided our audience of professional insurance agents with actionable takeaways they could implement immediately. He provided agents with expert advice on optimizing their LinkedIn profiles and leveraging their networks. His energy and insights had the audience completely engaged for the entire three hour presentation. He encouraged audience questions and was adept at answering them on the spot. I highly recommend Dan and Empire Selling for any company looking to have a social selling expert provide concrete guidance and useful insights to their audience.
— Laura (Price) Castellano, Business Development Manager, Plymouth Rock Assurance New Jersey
Dan Swift is one of the most engaging presenters I’ve had the pleasure to work with. His vast knowledge and experience around social selling is unparalleled. What makes Dan unique is the ease with which he is able to quickly distill this knowledge down to a very approachable methodology that really speaks to the big picture of the challenges your organization or industry might be facing. His training provides excellent solutions on how to set yourself apart from the competition in your market. What most impresses me about Dan though is his genuine interest in your success and willingness to take the time to work with clients on a very individual level. I cannot recommend Dan Swift and Empire Selling enough if you are looking to help your sales team rise to the next level!
— Nathan Stein, Senior Field Marketing Representative at Plymouth Rock Assurance
After seeing Dan Swift at the Plymouth Rock Digital Expo I realized our current B2B marketing was in the Bronze Age. We needed to get into the Information Age!! We have a gold mine of data at our fingertips that we fail to recognize. Fortunately for me this failure of my colleagues to adapt and implement some of Dan’s ideas is like the movie the Sixth Sense. I see dead agents. They just don’t know they are dead yet.
— Gordon Hudson, VP, The Barclay Group