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Here to Inspire 

Our Programs

MoneyMatiX delivers financial capability in a fun and easy way through innovative programmes designed for individuals, workplaces, schools, and community groups.
Our Programs
Grow Your Money Challenge

Fun and communal approach to managing money and achieving financial goals.

Business startup Masterclass

Make your next business step with confidence. From setting up your business to scaling-up an existing business and standing out in a crowded marketplace.

KuzaLife RADAR

RADAR is a simple digital assessment tool to help guide you to your best starting point on your financial improvement journey.

For Adults

Tailored programs that help migrants and ethnic minorities to improve productivity and financial wellbeing.

For Organisations

Helping your brand to implement Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) successfully. By enabling your company to enact positive change with Financial well-being initiatives that are right for your bottom line and to build customer trust.

Financial Inclusion

Support & co-create programs that give people and communities fair access to financial knowledge and services they need to prosper.

Lunch & Learn

Curate sessions to help your people, and customers manage their money and achieve financial goals. Or gain insight into diverse communities' financial journies.

For Young people

Setting up youth for a lifetime of good decision-making by helping them to understand the value of work and money.

Grow Your Money Youth Edition

Fun, interactive workshops giving Youth practical financial capability and entrepreneurial life skills. 

Youth Money Camp

Creative & collaborative 2-day educational event where youth develop and pitch new business solutions to real world problems.

Meet The Team

We are a friendly, hardworking and diverse team dedicated to supporting underrepresented communities in setting and achieving meaningful financial goals.

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Our Story

When MoneyMatix Founder and CEO, Tynah moved and started a family in the UK, she struggled to reconcile the attitudes toward money from cash-based Uganda with Scotland’s credit-ready economy. Failing to find tools to help her model relevant & healthy habits for her children, and then finding that many people faced similar challenges, she started her journey to solve this problem.

Armed with this dual perspective on money, she set about creating resources to help families manage money in a way that would support a positive understanding of money and help them thrive.

Tynah was named Most Inspirational Scottish Female FinTech Leader for 2019 and MoneyMatiX continues to receive nominations and recognition for its role in transforming the lives of diverse communities.

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