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Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunas knew women could change the developing world… and set about making it happen. See him live in Sydney

Grameen Foundation helps the world’s poorest, especially women, improve
their lives and escape poverty through access to small loans, new ways
to generate income, and important information about their health, crops
and finances.  Founder Muhammad Yunas – who was awarded a Nobel Prize for his work – understood the power of providing women with the opportunity to change their worlds and has since granted millions of women the gift of financial freedom through pioneering microloans in the developing world. 

You can see Muhammad Yunas live in Sydney at The Growth Faculty’s Unwrapping Genius conference in Sydney on 12th December.  Quote SPHINXX when you book to save – you’ll pay only $880 for a full day of inspiration from Yunas and a stellar lineup including George Clooney on his social leadership in Sudan; Martha Stewart on building a global brand and enterprise; and a host of other global leaders who’ve changed the game, not just the way they play it.

I’ll be there… why wouldn’t you be too? Click here to book before time runs out.

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