Tickets are still available for the first Young Investors Carnival to be held in Perth on this Friday, November 3.
The event kicks off at Perth Town Hall with speakers representing Deloitte Consulting, Shaw and Partners, Curtin University, ASEAN Business Alliance, the Australian Innovation Management Institute, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce WA and the Myanmar, Brunei, Thai, Singapore and Philippines business councils in WA.
The event is being run by the Young Investors Circle which was founded by Toto Boutdara, who said there was a growing demand for investment knowledge among the younger workforce.
“It’s about bringing young people together, learning to invest better and really making the most of our hard-earned money,” he said.
“There is an appetite for that. We see that within the feedback from our events and our engagement a lot of young people want their money to go further, they want to create that financial stability.
“We have speakers from the big four firms – from the banks, from listed companies, as well as emerging companies and experts in different industries such as AI, data science, in the tech space, so we have a lot of speakers that are experts in areas that matter to the next generation.”
The Young Investors Carnival moves from the Perth Town Hall to the Hyde Perth Kitchen from 4:30 pm where there’ll be a masquerade networking event and a live fashion showcase. What does that have to do with investing?
“Fashion is an investment,” Toto Boutdara said.
“Looking good is an investment.”
The event starts at 10:00 am and goes until 7:30 pm. Tickets, costing $28 to $88, are still available here.