Networking with centers of influence outside the financial profession is an important aspect of any advisor's career.
What does COI stand for?
COI stands for Centers of Influence
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We have 147 other meanings of COI in our Acronym Attic
- Coalition of Historical Trekkers
- Canadian-Off Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (Markham, Ontario, Canada)
- Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition
- Canadian Outcomes Institute
- Cardiac Output Index
- Career Orientation Inventory
- Cause of Insanity (band)
- Causes of Infection
- Center for Open Innovation (University of California, Berkeley)
- Center of Interest (photography)
- Central Office of Information
- Centre for Organisation and Innovation (Economic and Social Research Council; UK)
- Certificate of Identicality
- Certificate of Incorporation
- Certificate of Inspection
- Certificate of Installation
- Certificate of Insurance (insurance)
- Certificate of Irradiation (sterility validation process)
- Certified Online Instructor
- Chain of Information
Samples in periodicals archive:
Start by following your existing clients, relevant people your clients follow, centers of influence (CPAs, attorneys) and industry leaders you respect.
Delegate more of my marketing tasks to my team so I can focus on building relationships with centers of influence, or COIs.
The book espouses a "Cultural Ripple Model," which proposes that several centers of influence emitted cultural traits in the wider Levant in this time frame.
However, a good part of that has to do with lack of proper carrier funding and focus to get the word out to the "credible centers of influence.
According to Jim Hayes, executive director of the New Hampshire Legends of Hockey, which provided the artifacts, "Manchester, along with Concord and Berlin, were the early centers of influence for hockey in New Hampshire, and they remain so today.
McDonald Financial Group examines a client's overall financial picture and then assembles the right resources to meet the client's objectives--including CPAs, attorneys and centers of influence.
``We've seen some confrontation in the last few years, and in our society in general we've seen acts of violence, and sometimes they are directed at centers of influence, sadly,'' trustee Larry Logsdon said.