A well-known financial broker in Australia, Blueberry Markets recently announced a strategic partnership with Signal Centre, a prominent trading signals provider. As part of the recent collaboration, Signal Centre will provide daily analysis and content from the company’s team of experienced analysts to the trading community of Blueberry Markets.

The trading community of Blueberry Markets consists of over 30,000 traders. The broker has seen a sharp increase in its Telegram subscribers in the last two months. Moreover, the company witnessed an uptick in email open rates.

“The integration of Signal Stream across our MetaTrader platforms, Telegram, and daily emails far exceeded our expectations. Our company prides itself on taking a customer-centric approach towards all aspects of the business, so being able to engage, educate and delight our traders with valuable content and analysis that keeps them returning is a big win for our team,” Ajak Biar, the Chief Commercial Officer of Blueberry Markets, commented.

Biar joined Blueberry Markets last year to oversee the company’s sales, partnerships, customer service, compliance and operations.

Transparency

Blueberry Markets outlined the importance of transparency, compliance and regulation in the trading process. The company, licensed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Securities Commission of the Bahamas (SCB), mentioned that the latest partnership will enhance transparency in financial markets.

"Over the years we’ve built up a reputation for fairness, transparency and security with our client base across investors, brokers, individuals & stakeholders. Our ethos has always been to place the interests of the traders at the forefront, as we strive to assist in increasing their chances of success through education and support. Both Signal Centre and Blueberry Markets spend time investing in process and business practices to ensure excellent standards of education provision for clients, customer service and technological integrations,” Steve O’Hare, the Chief Operating Officer at Signal Centre, added.

A well-known financial broker in Australia, Blueberry Markets recently announced a strategic partnership with Signal Centre, a prominent trading signals provider. As part of the recent collaboration, Signal Centre will provide daily analysis and content from the company’s team of experienced analysts to the trading community of Blueberry Markets.

The trading community of Blueberry Markets consists of over 30,000 traders. The broker has seen a sharp increase in its Telegram subscribers in the last two months. Moreover, the company witnessed an uptick in email open rates.

“The integration of Signal Stream across our MetaTrader platforms, Telegram, and daily emails far exceeded our expectations. Our company prides itself on taking a customer-centric approach towards all aspects of the business, so being able to engage, educate and delight our traders with valuable content and analysis that keeps them returning is a big win for our team,” Ajak Biar, the Chief Commercial Officer of Blueberry Markets, commented.

Biar joined Blueberry Markets last year to oversee the company’s sales, partnerships, customer service, compliance and operations.

Transparency

Blueberry Markets outlined the importance of transparency, compliance and regulation in the trading process. The company, licensed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Securities Commission of the Bahamas (SCB), mentioned that the latest partnership will enhance transparency in financial markets.

"Over the years we’ve built up a reputation for fairness, transparency and security with our client base across investors, brokers, individuals & stakeholders. Our ethos has always been to place the interests of the traders at the forefront, as we strive to assist in increasing their chances of success through education and support. Both Signal Centre and Blueberry Markets spend time investing in process and business practices to ensure excellent standards of education provision for clients, customer service and technological integrations,” Steve O’Hare, the Chief Operating Officer at Signal Centre, added.