Cash Flow Management Workshop for Entrepreneurs 2016
Workshop: Friday, February 19, 2016
Time: 10:30 am – 2:30 pm
Facilitator: Roger Moore, CashFlow Club TT (an official Cashflow Club of the Rich Dad Company)
Venue: Hotel Normandie, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Join us at this “hands-on” financial training workshop that can teach you how to invest no matter your salary level. This seminar will spark your creativity using “learning by simulations.”
Using simulations has been proven more effective than the typical classroom-styled education, especially when it comes to teaching business, accounting, investing and financial literacy.
Workshop participants tend to remember up to 90% of what they do at a CASHFLOW CLUB session. CASHFLOW CLUB sessions are fun and can be addictive.
Imagine being addicted to learning about business, investing and finance?
This is a revolution in education and is based on the system developed by Robert Kiyosaki, Author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, a 6-time New York Times Best Seller.
One lucky participant will win a copy of Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki
Roger Moore is an entrepreneur and investor who has spent the past decade operating as President of Cashflow Club T&T, one of Rich Dad’s largest and most active Cashflow Clubs with well over 1000 members nationwide. Rich Dad Poor Dad has been a New York Times bestseller for six years and continues to be one of the most influential financial literacy books of all time. Roger facilitates a Ten Step Financial program throughout the year that trains people to become successful business owners and investors. Roger holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick, Canada and is a national athlete. He currently plays for the T&T Badminton National Team and has been featured on Power 102, TV6, CNC3, Win TV, Business Guardian, and Gayelle TV.
Roger’s clients include:
- First Citizens Bank
- Guardian Group
- PSCU Credit Union
- Chee Mooke Bakery
- UWI Roytec
- Presentation College San Fernando
- Naparima Girls High School
- Lions Club
- Ministry of Sports
- Golden Key Real Estate
- Rhand Credit Union
- Pan American Life