House of Experience reveals stunt with Future Finance
The agency will execute the brand’s first ever experiential stunt, coined ‘Don’t let money get in the way’ in London on Wednesday (16 March).
While exact details of the stunt remain under wraps, the focus will be on locations frequented by students, such as the University College London (UCL).
Future Finance approached House of Experience following its work with brands such as TransferWise, Moonpig and Jeyes group brand Bloo.
Source: Eventmagazine Website
The 3 worst ways to finance your holiday
Australian holiday-goers are being warned against the traps of financing their upcoming trip with expensive credit options like payday loans and cash advances.
“There’s nothing wrong with drawing on credit to splurge whilst overseas but all those mojitos and massages could add up to big bucks if you go for the wrong type of credit,” says Mozo Director Kirsty Lamont.
Source: Mozo Website
How Two Women Traded Finance for Fashion
While life on Wall Street might be profitable, it doesn’t exactly scream high fashion. Paola Delgado and Joanna Lau both left behind Goldman Sachs for chicer pursuits. Ms. Delgado turned to jewelry design after returning home to her native Peru, while Ms. Lau created a “work bag” and “life bag” when she couldn’t find a purse to fit everything she needed for the day in New York. Both women don’t regret leaving the world of finance, but it did teach them everything they needed to know about running their current start-ups.
Source: Observer Website
The Single Best Thing You Can Do For Your Financial Wellbeing
If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a million times before: automate your savings.
This simple piece of advice is repeated so often because it works. Experts agree that inertia is one of the biggest hurdles to wealth creation; as human beings who are prone to procrastination, it’s easy to say, “oh, I’ll save tomorrow,” and just… never get around to it.
Source: Forbes Website
Technology and new finance firms will test banking industry
Financial services technology has overtaken regulatory tightening as the most pressing trend in the banking industry, and could be fatal for banks that make the wrong decisions.
Fintech, as it is known, will put bank IT departments to the test as they try to stay relevant in a rapidly changing sector, according to Temenos-sponsored research from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).