In time for the new year, Toyota Finance Australia is launching a brand-new content series ‘Money Talks’ to support Australians with their ﬁnancial literacy.
The content series aims to start the conversation on the basics of finance and features financial expert Canna Campbell and regular Aussies from different generations and backgrounds having honest conversations about the sometimes-uncomfortable topic – “money”.
Directed by the respected Kirk Docker, director, and co-creator of ABC’s “You Can’t Ask That”, the “Money Talks” series will cover topics such as “The Language of Money”, “Financial Fundamentals” and “Ultimate Tips and Hacks” and is filmed in a conversational interview style with Canna being the narrator and expert voice. Canna Campbell is the founder of Financial Media business, SugarMammaTV and a licensed Financial Planner.
Tim Rich, Head of Marketing at Toyota Finance Australia, said “2021 will see many of us thinking more about our personal finance and to make good decisions with money, financial literacy is a crucial skill. As we are in the business of helping Australians finance their new or used Toyota vehicle , we are delighted to launch the ‘Money Talks’ campaign – a series where regular Australians chat about their money and their dreams. It shows no matter what your age or life experience is, our financial knowledge could always use a little sharpening.”
Finance expert Canna Campbell added, “I am really pleased to be part of this campaign with Toyota Finance Australia as it has always been my mission to make money and finance more approachable, energetic and enlightening.”
Toyota Finance Australia’s “Money Talks” campaign is set to go live in three-parts from November.
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