Money Farm, a series of teachings and trainings on Money for Teenagers, is set to hold its maiden edition in February. The idea behind Money Farm is to open the minds of young people on money management skills.
To all the parents looking to equip their Teenagers with the right knowledge for this new age, register your Teen for the maiden edition of “MY MONEY FARM” (AFRICA) FREE ZOOM TRAINING for Teenagers, which holds on the 13th of February, 2021.
The training is organised by Teenagers Business School (TBS). TBS is a platform set up to help young people acquire business and entrepreneurial skills in the 21st century. TBS is founded by Olanrewaju Adepetun, a Banker and Finance Expert.
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It features the amazing Temitope Busari (CFA). She is the founder of “Money Savvy With Temi” a financial literacy platform birthed out of the passion to educate, inspire and equip young Africans with resources to achieve financial independence. With many years of work experience spanning regional financial markets across sub-Saharan Africa, she is skilled in Treasury and Financial Risks Management, Fintech Solutions, Product Management and Strategy. She is a CFA Charterholder and Society Leader at CFA Society Nigeria.
She contributes to building the integrity of the Nigerian capital markets and to developing future professionals. She is also a multimedia specialist who leverages multiple platforms to lend her voice to impactful causes.
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The Teenagers will learn;
- The theory behind money tree
- Money management skill
- Concept of Investment, Savings & Risk Management
Studies have shown that only 21%-30% of adults in Nigeria are financially literate, and across the African Continent, it is only Botswana that have the highest percentage of its adult population being financially literate; 51%-60%.
Other than Nigeria, and 6 other countries, the rest of the continent’s countries have 20% or less of their adult population being financially literate.
It has been written and repeated multiple times, “Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it.”
What Teenager Business School (TBS) is doing just that, as the Teenagers of today, will be the adults of tomorrow.
Nnamdi Maduakor is a Writer, Investor and Entrepreneur
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