CPFC17 is a two-day conference aimed at personal finance bloggers, writers, and anyone with a passion for learning more about finance
*The first 40 tickets sold get to attend a Fireside Chat with Melissa Leong*
Women in Finance
Tech titan Michele Romanow is an engineer and a serial entrepreneur who started three companies before her 28th birthday. The newest (and youngest ever) entrepreneur to join CBC’s hit show Dragons’ Den, Michele is the co-founder of e-commerce platforms Buytopia.ca and Snap By Groupon, which have saved millions of users hundreds of millions of dollars.
Kelley Keehn, personal finance educator, speaker, media personality and best-selling, award-winning author of nine books, uncovers the “inner games” we play surrounding wealth. Kelley is a popular media guest, appearing on TV and radio around the globe, and has written many columns and published articles.
Shannon Lee Simmons
*The first 40 tickets sold get to attend a FIreside Chat with Melissa Leong*
Fireside Chat with Melissa Leong
Registration and continental breakfast
Ann Kaplan Investing in Yourself
Keynote: Ann Kaplan Investing in Yourself
Shannon Lee Simmons What Are You Saving For?
Panel: Melissa Leong, Rubina Ahmed Haq, Ellen Roseman
Moderator: Caroline Cakebread
Jessica Moorhouse The Power of the Podcast: How to Be a Stellar Podcast Guest & Get Noticed
Keynote: Michele Romanow Behavioural Finance
Keynote: Kelly Keehn
Financial Literacy Challenge: Pitch Competition
Snacks and Networking Break
Winning Team Announced
Emily & Daniel
“The enticing lineup of speakers included some of the pillars of personal finance in Canada. My pen was trying to keep up with the knowledge being spewed from the likes of MoneySense editor Jonathan Chevreau, and Globe and Mail Columnist Rob Carrick.”
“This conference reinforced the work I’m currently doing...I also learned some other things I should be doing...[and lastly] learned some new tricks for the blog which hopefully over time will improve my interactions with [my readers].”
#CPFC17 will take place at the Toronto Reference Library, just north of Yonge and Bloor in downtown Toronto
We've once again partnered with the Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor-Yorkille to provide attendees with a conference rate on hotel rooms. Space is limited so be sure to book early!
The CPFC17 promotional rate is valid from Nov 22-28.