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A business vision forged during maternity leave

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

In this episode of Elite Broker, Acitv8 Finance founder Cathy Brown joins host Annie Kane to reflect on how she was inspired to become a broker while on maternity leave from her BDM role.

Cathy will discuss the challenges that she has faced in setting up Activ8 Finance, how she approached forging relationships with other professionals within the sector, and how her original business plan has evolved into the business that she runs today.

Cathy will also share:

  • How her finance background aids her in offering holistic solutions for her clients
  • The integration of outsourcing within her business model
  • How she is combating the gap in the financial education system with her daughter

And plenty more!

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