Posted on 30/10/2019 by Breeanna Noske
See below to learn about our FREE training offering with Marissa Schulze.
In this month's edition of the Entrée Training & Development Meet the Facilitator series, we are introducing Marissa Schulze.
Marissa is a passionate finance and property investment educator, who loves empowering others to improve their financial position and achieve their financial goals. Starting at just 18 years old, Marissa bought her first investment property. Over the next decade, she achieved financial freedom through building a multi-million-dollar property portfolio with a six-figure passive income and continues to be an active Property Investor and Developer today. Combining her background in accounting, finance, and law together with her mortgage broking and property investing experience, Marissa is able to help others implement life changing money habits to ensure they keep, save and invest more of their money, build wealth, and more importantly live the life of their dreams.
Marissa has been recognised for her dedication to helping others and for her success as a leading Entrepreneur, receiving the 2015 Telstra Business Women’s SA Entrepreneur Award, the 2017 & 2018 Young Leader Awards at the Australian Women in Finance Awards, and the 2017 & 2019 Australian Mortgage and Finance Association Awards. To inspire and educate more Australians, Marissa published her first book, “The Rise High Investor – Your guide to achieving financial freedom though smart property investment” in November 2017.
Find out in our video below about Marissa's take on the positive impact of personal finance training in the workplace, and her top tip for personal wealth!
FREE Special Offer:
PLUS, for the month of November, you can book a FREE lunchtime session with Marissa Schulze for your team. In this introductory session, Marissa will take your team through tips and techniques to understand their financial position, take control of their personal finances, get on top of mortgages and debts, and plan for their future. The session can run for 30-60 minutes and will be semi-interactive in nature.
The session must be booked in November 2019, but can occur anytime prior to March 31st, 2020.
For more information or to book, contact Head of Training & Development Tiffany Boin below.