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Talk on financial planning, 10 January 2015. Here are some views from the attendees
11 Jan 2015 (2 views)  

The talk was well attended. 30 attendees paid for the talk before the talk. Another 10 attended the talk and paid the fee on the spot. This was the best attended talk in recent years.
 
Here are some comments received by e-mail and survey:
 
Hi Mr Tan,
Very good talk today.
Look forward to more talks.
 
Dear Mr Tan,
Thank you so much for your talk earlier on. It was a pleasure and enjoyable one. Hope you will organize more talk on your personal experience in the near future
 
Hi,
Overall, I really like this talk because it is a sincere and genuine talk. 
Before I attended Mr Tan's talk, I had attended many preview sessions of get-rich seminars conducted by people who claim themselves to be "financial gurus" (e.g. Adam Khoo, Fabian Lim). These seminars were all style but little substance. Despite this, many Singaporeans still sign up for these courses. 
These seminars are widely publicised throughout social media platforms and it is very likely that the general public is more likely to flock to these seminars than to a sincere talk conducted by Mr Tan (which is less widely-publicised). What can we do to get more Singaporeans to attend Mr Tan's talk instead?

 


Talk on financial planning, 10 January 2015. Here are some views from the attendees
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The talk was well attended. 30 attendees paid for the talk before the talk. Another 10 attended the talk and paid the fee on the spot. This was the best attended talk in recent years.
 
Here are some comments received by e-mail and survey:
 
Hi Mr Tan,
Very good talk today.
Look forward to more talks.
 
Dear Mr Tan,
Thank you so much for your talk earlier on. It was a pleasure and enjoyable one. Hope you will organize more talk on your personal experience in the near future
 
Hi,
Overall, I really like this talk because it is a sincere and genuine talk. 
Before I attended Mr Tan's talk, I had attended many preview sessions of get-rich seminars conducted by people who claim themselves to be "financial gurus" (e.g. Adam Khoo, Fabian Lim). These seminars were all style but little substance. Despite this, many Singaporeans still sign up for these courses. 
These seminars are widely publicised throughout social media platforms and it is very likely that the general public is more likely to flock to these seminars than to a sincere talk conducted by Mr Tan (which is less widely-publicised). What can we do to get more Singaporeans to attend Mr Tan's talk instead?