Are you ready for our next HoneyTalks event powered by CurrencyFair? On the agenda for 24 September – bring the FIRE and take back financial freedom.
It’s no secret. We’re all about the good life. And what sounds better than financial freedom! <insert hallelujah chorus> Our ultimate networking event HoneyTalks is back. This time we’ve teamed with the good guys at CurrencyFair and we’re talking money. Turns out, financial freedom is for everyone and it is most certainly possible!
Join our thought-provoking and perhaps a life-changing discussion on financial freedom. Let’s have a think about digital nomadism, the gig economy and the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) movement and its real impact on the future of work, life and retirement. Get inspired to explore unconventional career paths and lifestyle movements like minimalism to create your own stability… and perhaps even retire early.
As always, we’ve called in the experts, the rule-breakers and the impact makers to educate and inspire change. Say hello to our keynote speaker – one of the world’s best-known investment speakers Andrew Hallam. A former teacher in Singapore, he’s now a digital nomad living a semi-retired life off his investment portfolio and travelling the world with his wife. Joining him on the panel is another digital nomad Andrea Edwards, founder of The Digital Conversationalist and Marielle Reussink, entrepreneur and founder of The EMMS.
Limited seats available, so get that ticket right away. Attend our informative and inspiring HoneyTalks at The Sampan on Boat Quay, network with great people, bite into great canapes and sip on a welcome drink for a cool $35!
Chances are you’ve probably already read one of his books or an article raving about a former Singapore teacher with a million-dollar portfolio. Finance guru Andrew Hallam has been investing in the stock market for 30 years and is one of the world’s best-known investment speakers. He even built a million-dollar portfolio on a school teacher’s salary in his late 30s.
Andrew is passionate about teaching financial wellness and financial literacy. But he’s not a financial advisor – far from it. He is a former international school teacher who will help you make better and more informed choices. He will offer academically peer-reviewed, evidence-based investment knowledge. A bestselling author, an adventure traveller and a financial journalist with columns in global newspapers, Andrew has written for numerous international publications.
Combining her passion for marketing and communications with entrepreneurship, Marielle’s life has become all about start-ups. Marielle’s firm an end-to-end marketing company focused on helping entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses achieve their goals. She also hosts workshops and masterclasses on various marketing and entrepreneurship topics and she is a business advisor to various entrepreneurs, helping them overcome their challenges from set-up to gearing for growth and overcoming growing pains.
A digital nomad and an award-winning B2B communications professional, Andrea works with the world’s largest companies on the transformation needed within to maximise business growth in our digital future. She’s a passionate communications evangelist and an expert in social leadership, content marketing and employee advocacy. Andrea is all about helping businesses understand how they can empower employees to delight customers, grow personal career opportunities and build brand success.
Our Partner: CurrencyFair
In case you missed the memo, CurrencyFair is launching in Singapore later this September. CurrencyFair is an online peer-to-peer currency exchange marketplace. The service began as an answer to a common problem: global citizens looking for a simple and affordable way to move money to and from their new home countries. It embraces the latest technologies to deliver great exchange rates, supported by outstanding customer service and MAS-approved processes that are easy to understand and use. CurrencyFair has exchanged more than S$14 billion to date and has saved its customers over S$365 million in the process.