A talk by Susan Hayes, “The Positive Economist”
Alliance Française de Cork and College of Business and Law, UCC
Wednesday 21st November 2012 @ 7.30pm
247, Block A, Food Science & Technology Building, UCC
Admission free – all welcome!
Finance has many connotations for people in Ireland today, but for many, this word acts as a constraint as opposed to a platform. Susan Hayes, “The Positive Economist” will invite all participants to look at their budgets – not just of their money, but of the time and effort in a different way.. with curiosity, innovation and ingenuity.
• Reasons why people don’t examine their finances properly and why YOU should
• Ten Immediately Implementable Steps to help you;
(a) Boost the value you get for your money
(b) Identify and “sew up” the invisible holes in your pocket
(c) Generate money from some immediately implementable ideas
Biography: Susan Hayes
Susan Hayes is Managing Director of Hayes Culleton and co-author of the very recently published “Positive Economics”, a Leaving Certificate Economics textbook. Hayes Culleton Ltd is an international financial training company that specializes in eLearning development and delivery. Susan introduced the company to the international markets in 2011 and was nominated for the Enterprise Europe Network Rising Star Awards last year. In 2008, she wrote a digitised module called “Introducing Wall Street to the Classroom” to make the stock market approachable and accessible for second level students. Susan regularly contributes to the national and international media including The Sunday Times (Malta), RTE, Newstalk and Today FM (Ireland), as “The Positive Economist” on matters relating to economics, the stock market and entrepreneurship.