Fun learning on finance
Getting an education or starting a new job can be exciting and stressful, you may face some important financial decisions. Join the IEC’s exhibition booth at the Education & Careers Expo 2014, you can get tips on managing money wisely through display panels and interactive tools, take part in quiz games and be rewarded!
In addition, a seminar titled “Working Holiday – Get Set, Go!” will be held, where Ms Jenny Yeung, who had spent a year in Germany for a working holiday, will share her experience of how to get prepared for a working holiday financially. No matter whether you have plans to enjoy a working holiday, her experience and tips on creating a budget and managing expenses such as outbound and return flights, insurance, accommodation, local transportation, food and other daily costs while travelling, will help you plan and manage your finances. Don’t miss the exhibition and the seminar!
The IEC’s “Money Management - Act Now!” booth will be held at the following times from 13 to 16 February 2014 at the Education & Careers Expo 2014.
|Date:||13 February (Thu) from 10.30am to 7pm
14-15 February (Fri-Sat) from 10am to7pm
16 February (Sun) from 10am to 6pm
|Venue:||Booth - 3D-C16, Hall 3C-3E, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive,
Wan Chai, Hong Kong (Harbour Road Entrance)
(*There will be no admission to the venue 45 minutes before the announced daily closing time of the Expo)
|Details of the “Working Holiday – Get Set, Go!” seminar:|
|Date:||16 February (Sun) from 2pm to 2.30pm
|Venue:||Info Connection, Hall 3E, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre|
Money management is an essential life skill for everyone, especially for young people. Whether they are in tertiary education or entering the workforce as they are becoming financially independent, they have many important money management issues to deal with, such as paying for school fees and rent, managing their income and budget, and using credit card wisely. The IEC encourages young people to plan their finances from young age and promote responsible attitudes and habits.