Standing out from the crowd – invstr CEO Kerim Derhalli in The Huffington Post

by Feb 6, 2017

invstr’s CEO and Founder Kerim Derhalli has provided his take on how students can stand out from the crowd for employers, and why businesses also face difficulties in differentiating the best talent.

Kerim also discusses the role that invstr is playing as a middle-man between businesses and students, allowing millennials to learn about finance and the markets in a safe and risk-free way on the invstr app, giving them an edge on the competition and equipping them with the a stronger grasp of business. This is the main motivation behind the invstr Student Investing Championship, as we are providing cash prizes, certificates and other offers that can help students differentiate themselves from the crowd and massively improve their appreciation and apprehension of the world of finance.

To get a rundown of what the Student Investing Championship can provide for you as a student, click here

For the full details of how to join the competition, click here


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Please note, investing involves risk and investments may lose value. Past performance does not guarantee future results.
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