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  Not to be missed - Investing is Social Good Mastermind Lunch on Wednesday 11 July

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Raised 2018/07/06 00:44
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Ivan Kaye
Emma Read

   2018/07/06 00:44

Hi Alan

Our last Mastermind Lunch with Daniel Noble and Covesta was  oversubscribed, and Daniel has kindly agreed to present again next Wednesday.

I believe Fractional Property investing will  be an absolute game changer and disrupter, and if you were not at the last event, I recommend that you come to the next Covesta Mastermind Lunch on Wednesday 11 July.

Covesta and Social Good 

I want to share with you an opportunity at the event.
One of our members at the event is a not for profit helping the homeless, and is looking for funding to buy a house to "house" them in Griffith. 

Covesta is helping them through their fractional property platform.
(I believe they will be in "Sunrise" this weekend.)

If you are thinking of investing in property and wanting to give something back to the community at the same time, you need to by at this mastermind lunch next Wednesday. 

In a first-of-its kind in initiative, CoVesta is working with a range of social, charity and government groups, to bringing private sector investors together to invest in a range of properties that will be used as temporary housing for those in need. 

There are only a few places available and I highly recommend that you be there.

Daniel Noble, Melanie Fernandez and Judy Blanko, will take you through the challenges faced by social services in Australia, the benefits of private investors, the Housing with a Purpose joint initiative with CoVesta and how you can become involved and make a difference. 

It is also a fantastic opportunity to collaborate and learn with our BBG members and their guests.

Event Details 
Date and Time: Wednesday 11th July from 12pm - 2pm 
Where: Level 7, 14 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 

Be sure to include the promotional code MASTERMIND11 to come as my guest and get your free invite to the lunch. Seating is limited. 
Daniel is the Founder and CEO of CoVESTA, a leading syndicated property investment platform that brings everyday Australians together to invest and own property. Daniel has over 20 years’ experience specialising in identifying & structuring investment opportunities, and has a Masters in Business & Technology from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM).
Melanie Fernandez is currently the Acting CEO of the NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS).

As an advocate and activist who is committed to human rights, gender equality and bringing about long term change to address disadvantage, Melanie led the NCOSS delegation at the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) at the 62nd session held at the United Nations in New York.

Melanie has worked in leadership roles in grassroots, membership-based and NGO organisations. Melanie has previously been the Chair of the Women’s Electoral Lobby Australia, co-founding member of F Collective, and Steering Committee member of Equality Rights Alliance.

Judy has worked as a manager in both Housing NSW & QLD. She is extremely interested in the connections between place making, urban renewal and secure housing and how these support citizens to thrive and contribute positively to society. 

Judy has committed herself to social enterprises that support the provision of innovative housing options for the most disadvantaged in our society and expects to be changing the world one house outcome at a time till she drops off her perch. 

We look forward to seeing you there. This is a lunch not to be missed. 

Hope you have a great weekend, and the weather holds up for us! 

Best Regards,
Ivan Kaye 

pps If you are not in Sydney, be sure to go to and join me as a guest at a forum in your city 
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