Secure the Future Reveals Top Economic Trends for the Next Decade

Harry S. DentLeading marketing experts and financial forecasters from Australia and the USA are joining forces to raise over $100000 in support of the Australian Cancer Research Foundati1on. For this purpose, StreetSmart Marketing Australia will organize two special benefit “Secure the Future” conferences this month, in Sydney, and Brisbane.

Guest of honor for both events is American futurist Harry S. Dent, author of well-known bestsellers like The Great Boom Ahead (1992), The Great Depression Ahead (2008), and The Great Crash Ahead (2011). According to Dent, the events are “guaranteed to give an unfair advantage to investors, business owners and entrepreneurs alike.”

Much of the information that will be presented is exclusive to these events, meaning that it is not yet available to the general public. For a symbolic price of $ 67, conference attendants secure a seat, and also receive important marketing materials valued at over $500: the Secure the future 2014 Workbook; The 9 No-Bull Laws of Speed Wealth by Mal Emery; and the Small Business Magic – 101 Secrets to a 6-figure Income, among others. All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

Among the speakers announced for the conference, participants have the opportunity to see Australia’s “Millionaire Maker” Mal Emery; Ian Marsh, co-founder of StreetSmart Marketing; Phil Anderson, CEO of LifeCorp; Andrew Baxter, Trader and Director of Halifax Investment Services; and several others.

According to an official press communique,

“The conferences will reveal the top 10 boom industries for the next decade, including boom areas “the little guy” can cash in on, with surprising little startup capital; information related to the next economic boom cycle, predicted to begin in 2023; how to turn the next economic crunch into a business opportunity; which are the safe havens for investing; Australia’s upcoming position in the world economy; and much more.”

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