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Short-term lender launches in-house auditorium

by Malavika Santhebennur4 minute read

HomeSec Business Finance has announced the opening of a $650,000 conference facility for use by brokers and broking groups.   

Short-term business lender HomeSec Business Finance has announced the grand opening of a new training and conference centre in its office building.

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The lender is offering the non-profit small-business incubator facility for use of finance brokers, broking groups, aggregators, small-business associations, business coaches and mentors free of charge.

The 80-seat auditorium has a fully equipped film studio, which brokers and other abovementioned groups can use at no cost to do their own promotional videos and podcasts.

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The auditorium permanently occupies 50 per cent of the floor space in the firm’s building in Melbourne, with HomeSec having spent over $650,000 on the facility.

The firm’s national business development manager, Vince Bolger, said this gesture is the firm’s way of “giving back” to the finance industry and small businesses that have supported it over the last 15 years.

“The concept is designed to help brokers, broker groups and small businesses to flourish by having a fully equipped 80-seat conference facility they can use at no cost, [which] helps to keep their costs down,” Mr Bolger said.

“This should therefore encourage more groups to hold more promotional educational seminars and functions. It’s a free kick for brokers and for small-business owners.”

The official opening will be performed by the Federal Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure Alan Tudge on 25 October. 

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Malavika Santhebennur

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Malavika Santhebennur is a content specialist at Momentum Media, focusing on mortgages and finance writing.

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