Australian broker group announces 'industry-first' initiative

by NZ Adviser22 Feb 2016
MoneyQuest, an Australian mortgage broking group with national reach, has announced the opening of an “industry-first” purpose-built film studio in its Melbourne headquarters.

The space has been designed to give the company’s national network of brokers the ability to create professional video content.

MoneyQuest managing director, Michael Russell says video content is now one of the most powerful ways to communicate with audiences. However, the cost of professional video production is prohibitive for most small businesses.   

“MoneyQuest is always looking to help our brokers connect with customers and prospects – and we’ve found that video consistently outperforms traditional mediums. That’s why we’ve created the studio: to give our brokers the best chance of marketing success without the financial burden,” Russell said.

 MoneyQuest brokers will not be charged any extra fees to use the studio, says Russell. 

“Our brokers don’t pay a cent. And the reason is this: MoneyQuest is aiming to become the brand that supports its brokers better than any other. The film studio is just the start of many pioneering initiatives we’re working on this year to help our brokers grow and take their business to heights they’ve only dreamed about.”

Open during business hours every Monday to Friday, MoneyQuest brokers can book the studio and adjoining editing suite where they can produce up to six unique, high-quality videos in one session. 

“We believe all our brokers will take advantage of this exciting opportunity to expand their reach and improve engagement via their website, social media platforms and email correspondence,” Russell said.

“Today’s savvy consumers deserve rich, engaging and up-to-the-minute content. With the support of our studio and production team, our network of brokers will be well-equipped to deliver a quality and consistent message backed by the MoneyQuest brand.”

This article appeared on our sister title, Australian Broker by Julia Corderoy. 

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