Men’s Business Breakfast meeting

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We have started the 2nd half of 2016 with a big bang. With so many changes in the economy in the UK and Europe how and what should we be doing as Men in Business?

                   Men’s Business Breakfast

Join Sam Onigbanjo “The  African Blue sky Thinker “and colleagues as we share on easy wins in creating additional streams of Income without stress.

We will share on multiple streams of Income including:

  • Product creation
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Joint ventures (Including property)
  • Trading the largest market in the world Forex within 48 hours

These business models that are making many people thousands of pounds monthly and  hundreds of thousands of pounds yearly!

Take action now, book this breakfast meeting into your diary and make this good news part of your  history

Date: Saturday the 30th of July 2016

Time: 9.30am

Venue: ESQ, 805 old kent London SE15 1NX

Entry is free but Breakfast and drinks are £20 per person

 

For more information visit   www.greatbusinessplatforms.com or email info@greatbusinessplatforms.com

 

 

 

 

Brexit a goldmine for Africa?

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Mixed signals and mixed messages resulted in a referendum result that few anticipated anyway in the world.

Since Brexit eve, the more internationally focused FTSE100 has now risen 3.8% whilst the domestically focused FTSE250 index is still down 8%. Sterling against the US Dollar is off 13% and against the Euro off 10%, so the purchasing power of the pound has dwindled in buying exports ,on the other hand good news for foreign investors looking to invest in the UK.

On the whole, 78% are bearish over the outlook for the UK economy for the next 12 months, but longer term, there are slightly fewer bears and a few more optimists .So, what does this mean for Africa?….. The Debate commences , in the coming weeks I will be sharing on how this can turn around the fortune of millions of African’s worldwide.

Learning how to trade Forex at a time like this could change your world

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Sam Onigbanjo

The African Blue Sky Thinker