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27Oct
Brown Girls Do Invest New York
12:00 PM - 11:59 PM The Cecil Steakhouse
Date: October 27, 2019 to October 27, 2019
Where: The Cecil Steakhouse, 210 W. 118th St., New York, New York, United States
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Event Type: Business
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Come enjoy an elegant brunch with us and learn how to secure your legacy!! Brown Girls Do Invest (BGDI) is a nonprofit organization established to educate girls and women in the African American community how to improve retirement savings, invest in real estate and acquire multiple streams of income. In an Ariel & Charles Schwab Black Investor Survey, "African-Americans were retreating from the stock market. After five straight years of steady increases in the percentages of Blacks who own stocks, only 61% of Blacks in 2003 had money in the market, down from 74% in 2002 and approaching the 1998 level of 57%.  African American women control the purse strings and are eager to learn how to invest and grow our money. Our spending power is massive and many are getting into investing at a fast pace. Our experts are addressing the following topics & more: How to invest in the stock market Ways to invest in real estate Acquire multiple streams of income Business Development  Invest with any level of income How to secure a legacy Join BGDI to educate African American women to invest in the market to further improve our households and the economy. Guests will receive a leaflet, panel discussion, keynote speakers with a presentation, a guest appearance by Miss Black America Ryann Richardson, and one hour of Q&A.  FAQs   What's the refund policy? Our nonprofit organization does not offer refunds on events.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes. Please bring the printed ticket or download the app for admission.    Can I pay for admission at the door? Yes, we only take credit at the door. No Cash Payment.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? If you are not able to attend the event you can transfer to one of the other conferences offered during the tour. The tickets are not transferrable to another person.   
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