Fact-Based Webinar on What Lead to the Recession

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Get the facts and nothing but the facts, so you can develop your own point of view on the events that led up to the recession. On Tuesday, July 9 at 1pm, Ventureneer.com presents a free webinar about the causes of the Financial Crisis.

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It is also a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to illustrate important financial concepts, and the more financially literate we are all, the better chance to have a voice in the sure-to-follow policy debates about how government and private enterprise should interact.

Fingers have been pointing as to who and what led to the recession and everyone has an opinion, but for those who want to make up their own minds, Ventureneer.com is presenting just the facts on July 14, in a free webinar called "Financial Crisis: How Did We Get Here?"

In order to understand our current financial situation Wharton MBA and chess master David Rudofsky provides a closer look at the events that led up recession.

"For most of us, this will likely be the largest financial disaster in our lifetimes," says instructor David Rudofsky. "It is also a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to illustrate important financial concepts, and the more financially literate we are all, the better chance to have a voice in the sure-to-follow policy debates about how government and private enterprise should interact."

What exactly caused the current Financial Crisis that has engulfed the U.S. and World economy? Most of us know there was a real estate bubble that popped, but how exactly did things get this bad? This hour long free webinar takes a fact-based approach, explaining the confluence of greed, regulatory oversights and poor governance that have contributed to the worst Financial Crisis the U.S. has experienced since the Great Depression.

The webinar is ideal for independent thinkers who want to understand the root causes of the current Financial Crisis, for personal or professional reasons.

Ventureneer provides a new approach to learning that blends traditional formal instruction with informal learning derived from peers using Web 2.0 technology to capture and share this knowledge. Ventureneer's customized Web 2.0 learning environment: blogs, virtual classes, peer-to-peer learning, coaching, web events and articles, provide the necessary support to make faster, better organizational decisions.

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