Broker group launches industry-first film studio

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MoneyQuest has announced the opening of an industry-first film studio, available for brokers who want to create professional video content.

Brokers can make bookings at the new studio in MoneyQuest’s Melbourne headquarters during business hours on weekdays.

MoneyQuest managing director Michael Russell said the film studio, and adjoining editing suite, will allow brokers to produce up to six unique, high-quality videos in one session without the high cost that is usually associated with professional video production.

“MoneyQuest is always looking to help our brokers connect with customers and prospects and we’ve found that video consistently outperforms traditional mediums,” Mr Russell said.

“That’s why we’ve created the studio – to give our brokers the best chance of marketing success without the financial burden.

“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.”

Mr Russell noted that while videos are a powerful tool, content must be unique, relevant and informative.

“Today’s savvy consumers deserve rich, engaging and up-to-the-minute content,” he said.

“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.”

Mr Russell added that the film studio is part of a bigger plan to generate greater support for its broker partners.

“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.

[Related: Heritage 'heavily dependent' on brokers]

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