Talks - Deborah Meaden Talks Money (Talks)

By Deborah Meaden

THE empowering intro to money and finance that EVERY young person needs right now, from Dragons’ Den investor and entrepreneur DEBORAH MEADEN.

Finance made fun? YES, REALLY!

Dragons’ Den investor and entrepreneur, Deborah Meaden, makes finance exciting, relatable and personal – AT LAST!

Money is such a huge part of our lives, so learning how to make it work best for YOU is a crucial skill.

Knowledge is power! Whether you want to earn money, save money, set goals, or set up and grow a business, Deborah will be your personal guide, demystifying the world of finance, and sharing the knowledge and insights that have made her one of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs.

Fearful of finance? You are not alone! TALKS MONEY is packed with podcast-style interviews with ordinary young people, as well as top business people and personalities, including STEVEN BARTLETT, JOE LYCETT, GARY NEVILLE and SOPHIE ELLIS-BEXTOR, who reveal the secrets to their success – and the mistakes they’ve made along the way.

Create great money habits! With Q&As, quizzes, tips and challenges, TALKS MONEY is the ONLY guide you need to building the skills and confidence you need to manage finances and reduce money worries.

The empowering finance book that EVERY young person needs right now.

Book 2 in the TALKS series coming in August 2024.

Format: ebook
Ageband: 12 to 16
Release Date: 23 May 2024
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-865153-4
Deborah Meaden is a highly successful entrepreneur and one of Britain’s best-known business names. Deborah has been an investor on Dragons’ Den since 2006 and she also hosted BBC Radio 5 Live’s The Big Green Money Show podcast. This is her second book. Her first book – Why Money Matters part of the unmissable LIttle Experts series for six- to nine-year-olds – was a Financial Times BOOK OF THE YEAR 2023 Critics’ Choice and a Best Non-Fiction Silver Award Winner (Made for Mums Toy Awards).

”'[A] collection of short nuggets, rather than a dense read, tailored for the social media generation” - Financial Times

”'The ideal way to make finance exciting, relatable and personal.” - Lancashire Evening Post