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CNBC-TV18 launches 'Get Rich' initiative

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CNBC-TV18 launches 'Get Rich' initiative

CNBC-TV18 has launched 'Get Rich with CNBC-TV18' initiative where experts impart knowledge about investment through interactions, from 19 November onwards across the financial capital, Mumbai.

The business news channel through ‘Get Rich with CNBC-TV18’ initiative gave their viewers a platform to communicate with industry experts on the topic of how to grow their money. With camps across the city, the mission of this initiative reflects CNBC-TV18's ultimate objective: to bring financial management and security to the common man. The first camp was conducted on 19 November at Tolani College of Commerce, Andheri as investment experts Prakash Diwan and Mitesh Thacker interact with the audience at the venue. Prakash Diwan will provide insights into Portfolio management and help with picks too, whereas Mitesh Thacker will discuss about Gap trading strategies in the Indian markets, in detail.

To address these possibilities, ‘Get Rich’ with CNBC-TV18 camps will take place at 10 key areas across the city of Mumbai, while several other financial industry experts join in to be a part of this one-of-a-kind initiative.

Shereen Bhan, Managing Editor of CNBC-TV18 said, “CNBC-TV18 has always believed in simplifying business, and providing accurate, actionable information.  With 'Get Rich', we provide a platform to help provide a basic understanding of finance, investment and business. We hope by taking some of India's best Financial experts across the country to engage with the average saver and investor, we will further the cause of intelligent investing.” 

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