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Utilising technology to build a relationship-based business

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

Having previously joined the Elite Broker podcast in 2017 to discuss the launch of his then new business Equilibria Finance, broker and director Anthony Landahl now joins us to discuss how his business has grown, how he is focusing on fantastic consumer outcomes and his thoughts on the royal commission recommendations.

The finalist for the Rising Star category of the Better Business Awards 2019 joins host Annie Kane to unpack how he markets his brand and how he is building a relationship-based business while utilising technology and systems to improve efficiencies. He will share how he forms and maintains strong relationships with advisers and other referral partners, and what he does to stand out from the crowd.   

You will also find out:

  • The types of processes that he is using to streamline his business
  • His concerns surrounding a borrower-pays model
  • How he plans to develop his business offerings in the future

And plenty more!

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Articles of interest:

Brokers needed ‘more than ever’
RC tipped to impact broker-adviser relations
Anthony Landahl reveals his three-tiered offering for referral partners

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