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Fido launches Fido Money Matters onto the market

Fido, a leading fintech company in Africa that empowers individuals and entrepreneurs to capture opportunities has hosted its maiden financial literacy program dubbed Fido Money Matters.

The event which was held both physically and virtually, offered content on savings, investments, taxes, net worth, financial independence/retirement, budgeting, debt management, and cash flow.

Fido Money Matters was successful, with an impressive attendance of passionate individuals eager to take control of their finances and improve their financial literacy level. Led by Mr. Peter Kwadwo, a certified financial fitness coach and Executive director, Center for Financial Literacy Education Africa, attendees had the opportunity to network and engage in lively discussions on the latest trends and innovations in the field.

“This event provides an outstanding chance for attendees to enhance their financial literacy given the economic challenges in the country and to also take steps towards improving their overall financial wellness. We urge everyone to persist on their path to financial independence.” said Fido’s MD, Sebastian Quansah. 

Fido is committed to providing valuable insights and knowledge to the public through its free sessions and online content in line with the company’s mission to empower individuals and entrepreneurs in Africa to seize opportunities and succeed in their financial endeavors. 

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