Adelaide firm moves into Capalaba

JULY 2010

ADELAIDE financial advisor Mybudget has expanded its business to Brisbane, with a 50sqm office in Capalaba to cater for both Brisbane and Gold Coast-based clients.

Director Tammy May says the client response in the first month was ‘phenomenal’, so the company has already taken extra office space.

“We have always had a great response from clients in the Gold Coast so we wanted our first office to be accessible for both Brisbane and Gold Coast clients,” she says.

“We have leased the office at fair market rental with special flexible terms to accommodate our growth – we are fortunate that we don’t require a substantial amount of office space, just enough for moderately sized offices to see our clients.”

May says customers only need to come into the office once for an initial interview, before the company creates working budgets it managers for them. She plans to open another office in August.

“We are looking at the area of Upper Mount Gravatt because of the demographic, the transport hub and its general location. We are looking for around 50 square metres there also.”

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