Safeguarding Your Financial Wellness Whilst Pursuing Your Dreams!
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24 MAY 2018, 630 pm
Campfire Collaborative Spaces, Taikoo
13/F, Zung Fu Industrial Building, No. 1067 Kings Road, Hong Kong
Starting a new business is incredibly exciting, although it is all too common that balancing work and life can seem like a distant memory and become increasingly difficult to implement on a day to day basis.
With so many challenges to manage, often the last thing we think about is our personal finances, saving, investing or budgeting.
Whether you are currently running your company or starting to consider getting your business idea off the ground, join us to find out more about how you can take steps to enhance your personal finances and achieve financial security whilst also building a thriving business.
The New Savvy is Asia’s leading financial, investments and career platform for women. We empower women to make smarter financial decisions and help you transform your relationship with money and supercharge your career. Be part of a growing community taking control and supporting others in their journey towards financial independence.
During this insightful event in collaboration with Campfire Collaborative spaces, we will hear from industry leaders who, just like you, chose to make a difference, implement change and never looked back.
We are here to empower you to reach your true potential and implement practical steps to achieve your goals and career aspirations without sacrificing your personal financial wellness. It does not matter what stage you are at. You can implement the tools to thrive both personally and professionally.
We look forward to meeting you!
6.30pm: Registration and Networking
7.00pm: Panel Discussion Starts
7.45pm: Q&A session
8.00pm: Networking Drinks
Nicole Denholder – Next Chapter
Nicole Denholder is the founder of Next Chapter.
Next Chapter is a funding portal especially for female entrepreneurs and women-owned businesses in Asia, to improve their access to funding. It offer’s reward-based crowdfunding platform, Funding Readiness programmes and a community of female entrepreneurs who are looking to fund and scale their businesses. See more at www.nextchaptercrowdfunding.com
Nicole previously worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in London and Hong Kong in PwC’s US IPO and Advisory practices working on large scale projects across Europe and Asia.
Since starting Next Chapter Nicole is a regular speaker on Crowdfunding with events such as FinnovAsia, HKU’s Future City Summit, StartupNext, Australian Chamber of Commerce as well as running Crowdfunding training at co-working spaces Paperclip and Tuspark. Nicole is also on the Australian Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Network’s Executive Committee and on the Board of the Women Entrepreneurs Network in Hong Kong.
Ray Wyand – gini
Ray Wyand is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of gini, Hong Kong’s first personal financial management app. Prior to founding gini, Ray was a Vice President at Citi Global Markets where he focused on Structured Credit, Securitisation’s and Derivatives.
The gini app lets you can link all your banks into a single app and get a consolidated view of your spending in seconds. The beta is currently in the App Store, with 5,000 users and a waiting list of 1,500 waiting to use the app.
Marilyn Santiago – Food Folk
Marilyn is the founder of Food Folk which espouses conscious eating. She is interested in the connection between health, wellness and the impact this has on the environment. Food Folk is on a mission to produce food geared towards the retail shelves of grocery stores around Hong Kong. Food Folk kale chips and vegan muffins are now finding their way into the convenience health stores of Hong Kong.
Marilyn has two daughters who she is homeschooling. She was trained as an engineer and has previously managed her family’s telecoms business in the Philippines where she hails from.
Natalie Pringle – The New Savvy Chief Marketing Officer & Hong Kong Lead
Natalie is the CMO & Hong Kong Chief Ambassador of The New Savvy.
She relocated to Hong Kong from London in 2015 to establish the International division of a rapidly expanding Real Estate company which perfectly combined her interests in property, investment and growing new businesses.
With a degree in Law and a love for public speaking, she has always been focused on developing her knowledge and understanding of business as well as supporting and empowering those around her to push the boundaries of their capabilities and to become their best selves.
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Campfire Collaborative Spaces is Asia fastest growing network of shared spaces. With real estate at a premium in most major cities, Campfire provides reliable and flexible sites to maximise utilisation. With multiple sites across Hong Kong island, the coworking space has been designed to provide every tool and service possible for members to grow.
Campfire was conceptualized as a place where like-minded entrepreneurs can gather to share their experiences and work together. Campfire encourages its members to connect, create, and collaborate through industry-specific facilities, relevant events, and vibrant communities.
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