From early beginnings as a real estate design studio, Campaigntrack quickly recognised the need for an efficient, user-friendly solution that would streamline marketing for the real estate industry. Since then, we’ve grown to become Australasia’s largest full service marketing platform provider, bringing the entire property marketing process together in one place.
As innovators, we continue to stay at the forefront of the real estate industry as it constantly evolves, so that our customers are able to be more efficient, more consistent, more cutting edge, less stressed and ultimately, a lot more successful.
We’re a great place to work.
We believe in who we are as a business and our team across Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines exemplify this each and every day. The result? We’re a great place to work and provide outstanding outcomes for all of our customers.
We’re a company of principles.
We uphold our set of brand values everyday, and care for our people and our customers. We apply ourselves with passion to every task and constantly seek innovation. We believe quality is important and are committed to achieving greatness individually, and as a team.
In 2013 Campaigntrack expanded into the Philippines and we discovered an amazing group of talented, motivated and caring people. We quickly hired them all, and now a large portion of our team are based here.
As we spent more time with our new team, we saw an opportunity to give back to the local communities in which we operate. So in 2014 we established What Is Success charity, with the vision to positively impact and improve the lives of those communities less fortunate than ourselves.
We are proud to have sponsored 55 children with yearly tuition fees, built (yes with our own sweat!) 53 homes for underprivileged families and provided freshwater pumps and farming equipment in the remote areas of Tacloban and Leyte. Our goal for the future is to continue to make significant positive change through providing moral and financial assistance in the most remote areas of the Philippines where help is sorely needed.
Learn more here.