Lunch & Learn – Financial Literacy Program
As part of our Pay-it-Forward initiative, Blackbox Finance offer a LIMITED amount of FREE “Lunch & Learn” seminars where we educate your staff on the basics of protecting their finances and enhancing their future. There is a an alarming amount of people losing their credit score which restricts them from getting finance for years. An additional benefit is if we teach your staff to manage their money better they become more focused at work and at a recent seminar the business owner commented “that may just save me getting nagged about a payrise so often”.
What is a Lunch & Learn?
It’s is a 1hr session as outlined below. The seminars don’t have to be at lunch you can have them before or after work if preferred. Most companies we work with use this as part of their employer of choice / wellness programs.
There is NO SELLING in these sessions at all, it’s all education.
What you get out of it?
- Free 1 Hrs session during your teams lunch break (can be multiple days depending on business needs)
- Educates them on personal finances – by a qualified Financial Planner
- Improves financial literacy
- Gives them tips and tools to regain control of their financial future.
- Educates them on the finance industry – by a qualified Finance Broker
- How to protect your credit score
- What banks are looking for
- Credit Cards and Australia’s Debt Problem
- How much you need to earn / save to buy a home / investment property
- Knowledge so they can navigate this area without losing money or their credit score
- There is no selling of product or services during these sessions, they are 100% education.
What we get out of it?
- Positions us as the experts to a group of new people.
- Ability to help anyone who identifies they could benefit from more discussions with either presenter.
Limited Free Session Available Each Month – Book Now
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Images courtesy of “The financial fitness of working Australians” report. Contact us if you would like a copy of the whole report.