It was an evening with a difference, a networking event of its kind as over 100 people converged to solely discuss one of the most fundamental principles of wealth creation and preservation; Investment.
The core agenda was, how do you make your finances work better for you?
Ayo Adeyinka founder of TAFETA a Mayfair based art gallery specializing in 20th Century and Contemporary African Art shed light on how art collecting could also double as an investment vehicle.
Dr Dotun Olowoporoku and Kola Aina of Venture platforms spoke on investing in Tech start-ups in Africa.
Dr Richard Obahor CEO of Purple Premium and Host of the event shared his vision about how he intends to use this platform to promote financial empowerment especially for members of the BAME community.
Richard said “Unbeknownst to many the status of being wealthy is achieved at the break even point when your ‘investment income’ is sufficient enough to cover your outgoings” and he said his motivation for the event was to provide information on vehicles that represent good opportunities.
The highlights of the event was when five random members of the audience where invited to pitch their businesses to potential investors.