millennial money meetup #4
This event took place in Nov. 2017 at Joey Eaton Centre in Toronto, ON, and was sponsored by Manulife Bank.
Event theme: Responsible debt & credit management
The most recent Millennial Money Meetup took place in Toronto during Financial Literacy Month. The special guest for the evening was CPA and financial strategist Lisa Zamparo.
This event sold out within weeks with 50 attendees at a private restaurant space in the heart of the city.
To get the full scoop about this event, read my blog post all about Millennial Money Meetup #4.
millennial money meetup #3
This event took place in Sept. 2017 at Cactus Club Coal Harbour in Vancouver, BC, and was sponsored by EQ Bank.
Event theme: Debt, shopping bans & mindful spending
For my first Millennial Money Meetup outside of Toronto, I made a trip to my hometown of Vancouver and was joined by special guest Cait Flanders, a popular blogger, podcaster and new author of The Year of Less.
This event was a more intimate affair with 50 attendees at a beautiful restaurant right by the ocean. To learn more about this event, read my blog post all about Millennial Money Meetup #3.
millennial money meetup #2
This event took place in May 2017 at 918 Bathurst in Toronto, ON, and was sponsored by Meridian Credit Union.
Event theme: Buying your first home
For the second Millennial Money Meetup, I was joined by a finance & investing panel that included blogger Jelani Smith, Mortgage Specialist Heather O’Hare, Managing Editor of Zoocasa Penelope Graham and Real Estate Agent Lesli Gaynor.
Tickets sold out in only 5 days for this event, with over 120 people registering to attend. To learn more about this event, read my blog post all about Millennial Money Meetup #2.
millennial money meetup #1
This event was held in Sept. 2016 at 2nd Floor Events in Toronto, ON, and was sponsored by EQ Bank.
Event theme: Key things to know about money as a millennial
For the first ever Millennial Money Meetup, I was joined by popular personal finance bloggers Daniel Teo, Michelle Summerfield and Barry Choi.
Tickets sold out within only 2 weeks, and the 140-seat event space was packed for the live event. To learn more about this event, read my blog post all about Millennial Money Meetup #1.