Renae Vercoe – Financial Planner
Renae Vercoe is a Financial Adviser and founder at Money Mode; a financial education and advice practice. She’s been in the industry for over 16 years and is particularly passionate about empowering women at all ages and stages of life with accessible financial know-how. She is also the host of the Savvy Mumma podcast, which aims to support fellow Mums in navigating all aspects of their personal finances. She is a regular contributor to Kidspot and one of the panel experts on Nova’s Small Change podcast.
Fi Johnston – Business Mentor
Fiona Johnston is A Chartered Accountant who is all about impact, and no bean counter. Fi works with purpose-led business owners to make sure they make a big impact and a healthy profit. She helps business owners to make better business decisions by creating business plans, financial forecasts and with regular check-ins. Her clients, which include The Digital Picnic, Project Rockit, Arlo and Co and more, all come to her by word of mouth because she truly makes a difference to the people she works with.
Fairien Azeem – Money & Wealth Strategist
Fairien Azeem is a multi-award-winning financial professional who brings money substance, experience and sophistication with the woo in a down to earth, fun and fabulous way.
She is a Financial Educator, Wealth Strategist and Business Coach, with over 20 years’ experience. She supports money coaches and financial professionals to build businesses that create change and make impact by empowering others with financial knowledge and improving their relationship with money.
Fairien believes in living an extraordinary life where you can achieve financial success, attract money into your life and achieve your financial goals. If you’re ready to dream big and create a life of abundance she’ll teach you how to align your heart, head and hand to master your money mindset and build your empire.
Gigsuper Helping self-employed people pay themselves super
Finally, a super fund that works for all sorts of self-employed people like freelancers, tradies, photographers, consultants, drivers, creatives, independent contractors, coaches, small business owners…and anyone else who works for themselves.
You see, for the majority of people running their own business, super isn't their biggest problem right now. There are so many other issues that take priority. You're wearing *ALL* the hats in your business and trying to find your footing to take the next right step.⠀
But the thing about super is that it's a silent problem that creeps up on you, and by the time it becomes the biggest problem in your business/life it's often too late.⠀
GigSuper was built on the simple idea that you shouldn’t need to be a finance expert to do super properly when you’re self-employed. They’ve created a fund with a purpose-built app and experience that makes it easier for self-employed folks to get started.
They are so invested in helping self-employed folks save for their future that they’ve created a Self-Employed Super Bootcamp to help you go from overwhelm, to properly paying yourself super in just 30 days – regardless of how much you earn or what super fund you’re with.