A FORMER Glen Innes man, who is a multi-millionaire and rubs shoulders with some of the most recognisable people in the world, has engaged Arnold Schwarzenegger as the main speaker at a series of summits he is conducting in three capital cities.
The former bodybuilder, movie star, business man, and politician is coming to Australia at the behest of New England man Jamie McIntyre, to speak at his Financial Education Summits in June.
Glen Innes born McIntyre is the host of the three events, and is CEO and founder of the 21st Century Group. He is also a self-made millionaire, best selling author, media proprietor, entrepreneur, and one of the highest paid educators in the country.
Mr McIntyre said he was excited and proud
to have Arnold Schwarzenegger as the lead speaker of this event.
“He is one of the world’s most successful men, a genuine high achiever who has reached the top in four different spheres. Arnold embodies everything that the Financial Education Summit is about – he is motivated, inspirational, and an achiever against all odds. A remarkable man,” Mr McIntyre said.
Previous years guest speakers have included names such as Richard Branson and Mark Zuckerberg, along with other speakers Tim Ferris, Ruslan Kougan, Mark Bouris, and Australia’s own Eddie McGuire.
The Austrian oak last graced our shores in 1980, when he stepped out of retirement to win Mr Olympia at the Opera House.
“I am really excited about visiting Australia in June. Australia is one of my favourite countries in the world, and the people there are always so friendly and welcoming. Sydney will always be special for me,” Mr Schwarzenegger said.
He will address the summit and share his experiences as a politician, businessman, philanthropist, and property investor.
He is known to have an astute understanding of the economy which led to him reforming California’s fiscal policies, reduce burdens on employment, boost exports, and stimulate growth during his time as governor.
The summits will be held in Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne on June 12, 13, and 14 respectively.