Most parents want to teach their kids about money but just don’t know where to start. This is often because when young they were never taught about money themselves.
This workshop not only provides the audience with tips on how to teach their kids about money, they will also learn a lot about money themselves. Essentially, it provides a place where they can go to learn the basics of great money management without being judged (sadly, as many people see money being linked to their status, they don't seek help as they fear what other people will think about them).
Ideal for all companies - especially those that have a Parent Network
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Willis Towers Watson
The event was very well received by our Hong Kong colleagues with children - the feedback was that it was engaging and practical.
The engaging session provided fundamental insight for UK colleagues at all levels of our organisation, many of whom are finance professionals, proving that knowing and doing don’t always go hand in hand!
Girls Just Wanna Have Fund$
Blue Tree’s workshop is the perfect seed to plant in young minds, to start them on a successful financial journey. Highly recommended!
1-hour online workshop run by our Founder, Will Rainey.
We have carried out workshops for companies, large and small, in the UK, US, Hong Kong and Singapore.
The standard workshop is only £485 ($595)
Referral Bonus: We offer a £100 ($120) bonus to those who recommend our webinar to their company and the company runs the workshop (referral bonus paid once we receive payment from the recommended company)
Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in helping improve the financial wellbeing of your employees or clients and their families.
Companies we have worked with include ...
What do we cover in our workshop?
Why it's so important to teach kids, as young as 4 years old, about money
How to teach kids the different uses of money in an engaging way
Pocket Money (Allowance) - The most powerful financial education tool in the world!
The 3 Rules of Wealth which kids should learn to follow
How to teach kids about the stock market (not just for kids!)