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Adam Salameh is a Sales Executive for Horton’s Risk Advisory Solutions Division. He is responsible for providing Horton’s commercial real estate clients with comprehensive, cost-effective and innovative solutions to meet their most complex, risk-related challenges and opportunities.

Adam has been in the insurance industry since 2016 and obtained his commercial real estate license in 2015, focusing on multi-family and retail. He helps his clients sort through various policies, coverages and products to find the best options for their business needs.

“The customer experience is the most important aspect of any business,” Adam says. “The ability to secure business is important, but providing an amazing customer experience with service and advocacy will keep the business on the books. Our business will never grow if we don’t gain our clients’ trust, so we must demonstrate empathy and drive to help them succeed.”

Adam has been praised for his strong work ethic and relentless drive to achieve results while maintaining his presence as an overall leader. His resume speaks for itself – he launched his own insurance agency in 2018 and even opened his own restaurant when he was 18.

“I have no fear of failure or rejection,” he says. “My ability to jump into any situation shows that I have developed confidence that can’t be trained.”

With inflation and premium rates rising, some professionals might believe there are fewer opportunities to secure business – but Adam sees the opposite.

“Most businesses are projecting losses over the next few years, so they will be more open to securing different options for all expenses,” he says. “Insurance premiums are a big expense for businesses, and I believe they will be more open to giving new agents opportunities to secure a policy that fits their new needs.”

Adam is a native of the south suburbs of Chicago, born in Oak Lawn, IL and growing up in Burbank, IL. Outside the office, he enjoys spending time with his family (including his three brothers), trading cryptocurrencies, investing in real estate and stocks, watching football and cooking. He is also a big advocate for helping charitable organizations – he has taken his father’s advice and consistently donates five percent of his annual net income to worthy organizations.