About the event
Sponsored by the NIA Grou, reach 500 women at this informative conference and subsequent year-long mentoring program. This event is the kick-off to financial literacy programs in Chicago.
Women’s Money® has successfully piloted its innovative financial education program in Nevada with 10 financial education conferences in the past three years to audiences of as many of 600, and currently services almost 1500 Nevada women a year. Now, it's coming to Chicago! #womensmoneyChicago
The program has been featured in the New York Times, Woman's World Magazine, USA Today, Forbes and more. It features:
FREE Admission for all women
Giveaways & Games (Yes, it’s fun to play with money!)
2018 Edition of the Women’s Money® Guidebook
Financial Experts Addressing YOUR TOP Money Issues
Real Life Strategies from Real Women Like You! Find out what REALLY works.
This informative and entertaining event will inspire and guide women to establish the financial foundation for lasting success so you can relax and enjoy life. Money gives you the security, freedom, the inner confidence associated with peace of mind, and the ability to enjoy your life and reach your goals.
Why should you sponsor?
You will reach over 500 women. Women who are the 66% of heads or co-heads of households. No one has to say that women have tremendous buying power and influence on every purchasing decision in the household.
We are providing them with resources to make good financial decisions when it comes to buying, investing and savings. 84% of women say they do not understand or receive information from financial and investment institutions.
If you are an entitiy in any of those categories, why wouldn't you want to be there?
Our speakers include top notch national professionals and financial motivators
You can be a sponsor or vendor (one table $500/ two tables $750)
Please visit www.myniagroup.org
We believe, if the seeds of financial literacy are planted early, our children will grow into self sufficient, financially stable and responsible consumers. The NIA Group feels that for adults to understand the importance of personal financial management and the effects it has on their long term quality of life, you have to reach them as young people -- before they develop poor money habits.
Nia’s primary population is K-12. However because we focus on a continuum of financial literacy, families are included in our programs and various programs have been designed for the adult population as well.
We are a 501c3, non-profit, financial literacy organization serving youth and their families in Indiana and the Chicagoland area.
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