You'll hear from 40+ speakers and proactively improve your financial wellbeing beyond this global pandemic in 26 educational talks and debates.
*** 12 hours of content available to watch via Replays until 20 September 2020 ***
Individuals can get an all-access pass to the entire event for A$11.
We hope you'll agree that's excellent value for 26 sessions on offer.
Organisations are invited to purchase group tickets for their staff, contractors and/or clients:
Small organisation passes for up to 10 people are A$88.
Large organisation passes for up to 50 people are A$330.
(Please note that all prices include local taxes and fees.)
We would love to see schools sharing this content with their students and staff.
Schools can sign up for a discounted large organisation ticket ($198 instead of $330) for access to the live and recorded content.
Watch the sessions in class as input for meaningful discussions about personal finance decisions.
Click here for the discounted ticket.
For our inaugural Money Debates event, we're focusing on the female perspective.
It's no secret that women face some unique challenges when it comes to personal finance.
Women are also facing a disproportionate fall-out from the COVID-19 pandemic, as we stare down the barrel of a 'pink collar' recession - the first in nearly 30 years for Australia.
Because money is agnostic about your gender, we expect the discussion will be relevant to all genders, and everyone is welcome to attend.
Also note: we take it as given that gender pay and retirement gaps exist in Australia.
A number of our speakers have generously provided personal finance education videos.
They're short, sharp sessions packed full of value.
Our panels have deliberated on contentious topics like:
Should banks be in schools?
Should everyone make voluntary superannuation contributions?
Do women bear the brunt of the financial impact of having kids?
Our presenters, panelists and moderators all share a keen interest in financial capability. They are educators, practitioners and academics from across Australia and New Zealand:
This event exists because of the generosity of the following organisations, who have volunteered speakers and/or event coordinators to make Money Debates a reality:
A huge THANK YOU to Ecstra Foundation for sponsoring ten not-for-profit organisations to send ten attendees each.
Events like this don't just happen.
We'd like to thank the incredible team who are bringing this event to life with their contributions behind the scenes. From organising speakers to hosting webinars to back-end integrations, their work is outstanding. Thank you team!