New money saving initiative moneysaverHQ has been launched today by News Corp led by David Koch and supported by Pinstripe Media.
The new interactive approach will see moneysaverHQ replace the Your Money section on News Corp’s newspapers including The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, The Courier-Mail and The Advertiser in print, online, on mobile and on tablet.
Consumers will have access to a number of videos, webinars, finance boot camps and weekly deals from advertising affiliates as well as tips from leading personal finance expert Koch and national cost of living editor John Rolfe.
“MoneysaverHQ will be Australia’s pre-eminent personal finance information destination for everyday Australians,” Alisa Bowen, News Corp Australia’s group director of digital product and development, said.
“It will allow us to deliver benefits for our customers – advertisers and consumers – in new and exciting ways.”
Koch added: “What I love about moneysaverHQ is that it's all about getting a better financial deal for average Australians; providing a catalyst for Aussies to join together and flex their combined financial muscle and get the same attractive deals usually reserved for institutions or the wealthy few.
“MoneysaverHQ is not just about informing and educating on money matters, it's also about action; to get those deals done to benefit everyone.”