Gould & Lamb, LLC is pleased to announce the launch of their updated website. The new design focuses on serving the needs and interests of clients, and incorporates a company-wide branding initiative. Clients and other users visiting the website will find the site easier and faster to navigate, with up-to-date regulatory information, and other resources. Along with the new website, the new branding initiative encompasses all marketing campaigns and materials, including a new logo.
“It is an exciting time at Gould & Lamb”, says Carolyn Rayner, the Company’s Marketing Manager in charge of the overall Branding effort. “The new look is clean, fresh and reflects a customer-oriented focus. We were pleased to officially unveil the new look at the Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) conference which began on May 2nd in Vancouver.”
Deborah Pfeifle, Gould & Lamb’s President and Chief Operating Officer stated “We think our new website will provide clients with tools and resources that will benefit them each time they visit our site. We are pleased to offer a new website that will inform clients of regulatory and compliance issues and to showcase new products and services as they are developed. Additionally, we think the website accurately reflects our image as a progressive, energetic compliance partner that is consistent with our mission statement and organizational culture, emphasizing the global presence we possess today.”
About Gould & Lamb
Since January of 2002, the insurance industry has turned to the professionals at Gould & Lamb on over 80,000 Medicare Set Asides. As the nation's largest and most trusted provider of Medicare Set Asides and Mandatory Set Aside Compliance Services in the United States, Gould & Lamb serves virtually every major insured and third party administrators in the country. Gould & Lamb (gouldandlamb.com) is financially backed by a leading financial firm with over $18 billion in investments worldwide with headquarters in Bradenton, Florida with satellite locations in 55 major metropolitan areas.