Best pals who have been resolving their own disagreements for 20 years have focussed their problem solving skills on the world of finance – grossing a staggering £110k in four days teaching women how to find freedom by investing.
Simran Kaur aka Sim and Sonya Gupthan, both 25, met at school in Auckland, New Zealand, aged five, and have always strived for success – becoming passionate about stocks, shares and personal finance in their teens.
Launching Girls That Invest in March 2020 with just a Facebook and Instagram account, providing young women with financial tips, the duo became an overnight success – grossing six figures as course creators, with a business podcast and an online learning platform, Thinkific.
Now helping hundreds of thousands of women and minority groups worldwide, giving a free and paid for service, Sim, of Hamilton, New Zealand, said: “We are two women of colour who want to make investing seem less daunting to women and minorities around the world.
“We don’t tell women what to invest in, we just simplify what the stock market is and teach them…