Back to School

We all have a role to play in educating our audience about our products and services. A recent study by Research firm ERS, found that every pound spent on financial education initiatives could create more than £5 in social value. Meaning, the earlier the younger generation are educated about finance, the more likely they will have a happy and healthy relationship with money. Now I’m not suggesting that we lower our target audience age – far from it. But I just find it interesting that educating 16-25-year olds is the start of a financial education evolution. Which can only result in a savvier and more knowledgeable end client for future generations.

 

https://www.moneymarketing.co.uk/financial-education-investment-study/

We all have a role to play in educating our audience about our products and services. A recent study by Research firm ERS, found that every pound spent on financial education initiatives could create more than £5 in social value. Meaning, the earlier the younger generation are educated about finance, the more likely they will…

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