Women's Finance Fair takes place on 17 June at Textilwerk
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For Saturday, 17 June, the Catholic Women's Community Germany in the Diocese of Münster (kfd) and the Equal Opportunities Officer of the City of Bocholt invite you to the "Woman, Work & Money" fair at the LWL Museum Textilwerk (Spinnerei).
With a Women's Financial Fair, the Catholic Women's Association of Germany in the Diocese of Münster (kfd) invites all those interested to look into their own financial independence on Saturday 17 June. The event is aimed at women who are interested in their financial independence and want to take their finances into their own hands.
A wide range of workshops, lectures and exhibition stands on various topics related to financial planning and retirement provisions will give participants the opportunity to exchange ideas with experts from the financial sector - such as Anne Connelly from hermoney.de or Helma Sick, columnist for financial topics - and to get tips for their individual financial planning. Aspects such as ethical-sustainable investments or the compatibility of family and career are also taken into account.
"On average, women still earn less than men and are often affected by poverty in old age. The kfd is committed to the empowerment of women and their financial independence," says Reinhilde Riesenbeck, deputy chairperson of the kfd Münster. "The fair is an important step to support women in shaping their financial future."
The event takes place in cooperation with the Equal Opportunities Officer of the city of Bocholt.
Admission costs 28 euros (24 euros for kfd members). Registration is possible online at www.kfd-muenster.de.
All information about the event is available at www.bocholt.de/frauen-finanz-messe.