London entrepreneur offers free online conference dedicated to the future of personal finance

29.10.2018 | SuperWebinar

On Saturday 3rd November 2018 the SuperWebinar, a free online conference devoted to the future of personal finance management, will be held.

The conference kicks off at 3 pm GMT (London, UK) and will finish at 7:15 pm. The programme of the conference you can find here with the time zone converter, should you need it.

This webinar is designed for anybody who is interested in effective personal finance management, with a special focus on employees, freelancers or entrepreneurs who:

Feel that they need to make a serious change in their financial condition

Need to make an important financial decision in the near future

Want to save a significant amount of money

Are looking for profitable investments

Speakers from the UK, USA and Poland will deliver a wide range of fantastic and memorable presentations of 20 minutes each, with an additional 10 minutes for Q&A.  They will be covering the following topics: financial planning, financial coaching, budgeting, income, savings, taxes, investments, new technologies, fintech, the future of money, and discussing economic, cultural and psychological aspects of personal finance amongst others.

Viewers of the SuperWebinar ‘The future of personal finance and how to benefit from developing trends’ will learn:

How financial systems will transform and how we should prepare for this

If Universal Basic Income is a real alternative, and what it means for our financial standing

What are principles of professional planning and how we can use it on our advantage

How to get rid of debts

How to save effectively

How to start investing

How to deal with uncertainty in personal finance

How to use new technologies to improve money management

How automation in finance can help us with our money

What are the new rules in personal finance

Check the full list of speakers here.

“The best way to predict the future is to create it,” as Peter Drucker, celebrated author and management consultant, stated.

Andrzej Manka, organizer of the SuperWebinar, says: “Meeting on Saturday 3rd November to discuss the future of personal finance relates to both: predicting what is coming and using this knowledge in order to consciously create our own financial destiny.”

About The Financial Manifesto, organizer of the SuperWebinar

The mission of The Financial Manifesto project is to transform global finances from the often unjust and corrupt systems which can be sources of suffering, into effective and transparent tools of both individual and social well being.

We will do this through financial education, business projects, social campaigns and an AI-based financial advisor.

The Financial Manifesto was born out of two big dreams:

1. The dream for a better world, a better society, where there are no such shameful injustices – whether in London or Warsaw, Johannesburg, New York or New Delhi, or any other place in the world. Huge and unacceptable financial gaps between rich and poor are mostly caused by a lack of financial education and social mobility.

2. The dream for better individual lives, where money is not a source of stress and suffering but a way to achieve big and noble goals; and where effective money management can eventually bring about personal peace and stability.

Finance is a system. And like any system, if we want it to be fair, effective, to run smoothly and serve both social and individual goals, we need to understand it and play by its rules. All of us, and not only some of us.

Last but not least, in order to create money and manage it effectively we need to be entrepreneurs; we have to be proactive, diligent and self-disciplined. We must develop this entrepreneurial spirit. We need to engage in a constant learning process.

For more information please contact:

Andrzej Manka, Mobile: +44 (0) 7541 594 243, Email: joinus@thefinancialmanifesto.com

For more information on SuperWebinar:

https://superwebinar.thefinancialmanifesto.com

 

Download the press release (Word)

The Financial Manifesto

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