Preccelerator alumni company Napkin Finance and founder Tina Hay were featured this past week in The New York Times. The interview discusses her new book by the same name “Napkin Finance: Build Your Wealth in 30 Seconds or Less.” Ms. Hay, a Harvard M.B.A., covers things as diverse as investing and saving for retirement and cryptocurrencies, digital money that can be sent electronically.
To read the full article in the New York times, visit here.
About Napkin Finance
Napkin Finance empowers readers by educating them about their money in a fun, engaging, visual way. We create unique content—including images, infographics, videos, and articles—that breaks complex financial topics down into simple, easy, bite-sized lessons.
Their content reaches more than 80 million households worldwide through their partnerships with global financial institutions such as JP Morgan Chase and UBS. (Learn about working with us.) They also engage with readers directly through their website, print publications, and social media channels.
A core part of their mission is to make high-quality educational content available to those who need it most, which is why they donate a portion of our creative resources to nonprofits, schools, and other organizations. Napkin Finance has worked with Michelle Obama’s Better Make Room initiative, the US Olympic Committee, and others to bring their educational content to financially underserved populations.