Viocorp has extended its operations by opening a Melbourne office.
The move follows the acquisition of several new Victorian clients including Aviva. The company already held significant interests in Victoria, working with BUPA, CGU, Film Victoria and Essendon AFL among others.
“Victoria based clients have been of increasing importance to our business, and with recent wins such as Aviva, our growth into Melbourne is a natural step,” said Nick Bolton, general manager of Viocorp.
“Despite the current economic challenges, we’re continuing to experience high levels of interest in both Viostream and VioTV, so our new presence will enable us to manage existing accounts better and meet with clients regularly face-to-face. We decided it was important to provide local support.”
Dean Lupton, Aviva’s ecommerce manager, explained the companys selection saying online video was a huge growth area and would enable Aviva to communicate with its audiences more personally.
“By taking this step, we will be able to offer a full range of sales and support services for Viostream, Vio TV and production work out of our Melbourne operation, and, in doing so, we can also look to target new business and build the Viocorp team, Bolton continued.
Viocorp is an online video specialist and developers of Viostream and VioTV.