Empowering Women through Forex Trading
Robyn Mancell the Co-Founder of Girls Gone Forex, a financial education and technology company founded in 2016 to educate and empower women by teaching them to trade in the Foreign Exchange/Forex market joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Robyn Mancell discuss the following:
- What is Forex?
- Isn’t day trading risky?
- Why and when did you start Girls Gone Forex?
- Why did you decide to only teach women?
- Why are you in business?
- How did you get the background and skills necessary to run this type of business?
- What sets you apart from other Forex education companies?
- How do you market your business? How are people aware of your business?
Robyn Mancell learned the importance of women and diversity at a young age. While still in high school, she was chosen to participate in a management training program by a California bank. She worked part time in all departments of the bank and was also given a scholarship to college where she majored in Business Administration. Bank of America awarded her the achievement award in business before her graduation.
After working in Corporate America over 15 years, she decided to step into the world of Entrepreneurship. She became insurance, Series 6 & 63 licensed and ran several companies. Becoming a top income earner in the network marketing space would lead her into the field of personal development and coaching. In 2008 she was featured in Success from Home magazine & several other publications.
Robyn is now the Co-Founder of Girls Gone Forex. The mission of Girls Gone Forex is to educate and empower women to trade in the 5.4 trillion dollar a day foreign exchange market. This opportunity provides women with the skills needed to create additional income streams from the comfort of their homes. We are empowering women in an industry where the number of female traders are extremely low.
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