Tuesday 4 October 17:30 - 21:00

Fora - Spitalfields
35-41 Folgate Street
London
E1 6BX

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Dirty Talk

Business & Professional

Join Felicia Hjertman, CEO & Founder of TILLIT and money transparency advocate, for a meaningful conversation about that dirty word - money.

β€˜Money’ is a dirty word and we want to talk dirty with you. Two weeks ago Felicia Hjertman, Founder & CEO of TILLIT and money transparency advocate, started a taboo conversation. Talking about money in the UK is considered to be rude, controversial, tacky and even uncultured. We want to change this.

Money is a means to an end. Its purpose is to put a roof over our heads, food on our table, support our life choices, and provide peace of mind for our future. Whether you have a lot or very little, money plays an essential part in everyone’s life. So why aren’t we talking about it more? Not about how much we have, but how to make the most of it. Why should we? Well, because everyone needs to know how to make the most of their income, savings and investments.

Even more importantly, we need to start talking about money for the sake of our mental health. Money worries have been proven over and over again to be one of the leading causes of stress. If we dare to be uncomfortable and to talk about it, we give ourselves the chance to support each other, to learn, and ultimately to make better decisions.

So what are we going to do about this? Felicia Hjertman is hosting an evening dedicated to talking about money openly and honestly. Together, we will touch on topics from salary transparency to pensions, money & relationships to investing and more.

Please join us on Tuesday 4th of October for an evening of meaningful conversations, drinks and nibbles and a few surprises that we’re keeping up our sleeve for now.

This event is proudly sponsored by TILLIT, a new investment platform dedicated to making it easy for everyone to invest in what matters to them.

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed at the event are those of the speakers and should not be considered as advice or a recommendation to invest. The event offers information about investing and saving, but not personal advice.

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