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Testimonials for Margaret Lomas
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Margaret Lomas's Biography
Margaret is the host of two weekly property investment shows on Skynews Business Channel 602: Your Money Your Call and Property Success with Margaret Lomas, which she creates and produces. Margaret regularly travels Australia summing up the potential of the investing landscape for her popular Town Spotlight where she explores the hotspots property investors need to know about. Margaret has also conducted numerous interviews on radio programs and contributes regularly to various magazines including Australian Property Investor Magazine and Your Investment Property Magazine.
In addition to being the Founder and Director of Destiny Financial Solutions, a company which has assisted property investors across Australia through mentor support and education for more than 15 years, Margaret is the chair of the Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) and a Director of the REINSW. Margaret is a past Telstra NSW Business Woman of the Year and Westpac Business Owner of the Year, and her company was a recipient of the Australian Business Award for Best Value.
Margaret is a qualified financial adviser and investment property adviser; she is Senior Associate with FINSIA - the Financial Services Institute of Australasia and presents regular seminars around Australia to new and experienced property investors.
As a highly successful entrepreneur and advisor, Margaret speaks regularly at business events, presenting on a wide range of topics including leadership, work/life balance, property investing, creating positive corporate cultures and building a strong business.
Speaking Topics IncludeBuilding a Small Business
Choosing the Best Way to Manage Your Property
Having a Big Business Mentality
How to Maximise your Property Portfolio
Six Steps to Superwomandom - the work and family balance
Whether cash flow will continue and for how long
Women in Business
Work and Family Balance