The Money School has reinvented financial education to provide businesses with an innovative solution to reduce attrition, increase the lifetime value of their customers, and comply with priority elements of their B-BBEE scorecard
The Money School has reinvented financial education as a value-added product or service to provide businesses with a proven solution to reduce attrition and increase the lifetime value of their customers.
We also use our digital, scalable financial education to help companies comply with priority elements of their B-BBEE scorecard by training their employees, customers or broader community within which they operate.
Embedding our financial education as a VAP for 1Life Insurance saw us educate over 16,000 people across 44 Boston City Campuses nationwide in 2015. Here are three of those student’s stories:
In the employee wellness division of our business, we’ve trained thousands of staff from the following companies: 1Life, Regent Insurance, Clientele Life and other financial, mining and pharmaceutical businesses.
One of Finweek’s Top 20 Women to Watch 2015
With a love of education at began at the age of 14 when Parry represented SA on the global stage at the G7 Junior Summit in Japan, and later at MIT, Parry’s subsequent studies both locally and in Sweden gave her the platform to launch her entrepreneurial career in financial media. After selling her first business to Media24, she used the birth of her daughter to return to her passion – building a business that is changing lives – one bank account, and family, at a time.
As co-founder of The Money School, Kayle is commonly quoted in the media as SA's top Money Coach™ and was named as one of Radio 702's 2014 Shapeshifters for turning his passion for financial education into a business equipping tens of thousands of South Africans with debt elimination and wealth building skills. His interest in the subject started as a youngster when he quickly learned through the school of hard knocks that the sophistication of the financial services and credit lending industry is no match for someone with no financial education. Even if you're an award-winning salesman from Glenhazel. And so a lifelong journey to make personal financial education entertaining, aspirational and accessible to as many South Africans as possible, began.
We partner with companies to understand what metrics matter in your business, matching how our financial education of your staff or customers can help you improve those metrics and then implement various initiatives that will enable us to do just that.
2012 - The Money School is founded
2013 - Signed our first big recurring income deal
2013 - Signed a deal with SA’s largest private tertiary educator rolling out the largest financial education footprint across 44 colleges
2014 - Launched a financial education platform available to all policy holders including a large number of the general public.
2015 - Signed a Joint Venture agreement with JSE-listed Moneyweb Holdings and built our Wealthy Ever After™ financial education for couples.
2015 - Over 16,000 learners educated across various platforms/deals during the course of the year
2016 - Selected as one of 12 African FinTech Finalists to attend the Innotribe Start-up Challenge in Mauritius