Occasio Enterprises

Occasio Enterprises was founded in June 2014 by Kylie Travers. Originally doing blog advertising, workshops, training and running the sites Kylie Travers owns. In 2016, after a year of ill health, changes were made, part of Occasio Enterprises was sold and now Occasio Enterprises manages the following:

Websites
Occasio Enterprises owns and operates the following websites, all of which are open to advertising, brand ambassadorships, sponsored posts and attending events.
www.kylietravers.com.au – official site of Kylie Travers who went from homeless to multiple international award winning CEO, author, speaker, freelance writer and charity ambassador.
www.thethriftyissue.com.au – Australian site aimed at 25 to 45-year-old mums looking to make and save money. With 20,000 views a month, almost 10,000 fans on Facebook and having been featured on Sunrise, it is growing fast and a great opportunity for any brands targeting mothers.
www.aspiringmillionaire.com – the original site about a goal to be a millionaire by 30, sharing ways to make and save money.
www.piggybankdreams.com – a recent acquisition aimed at American mothers, sharing ways to make and save money.
www.kylieofiu.com – the original site for Kylie Travers before she reverted to her maiden name. This site won Best International Personal Finance Blog twice.

Occasio Enterprises also buys and sells blogs or websites, particularly within the finance niche. Email admin@kylietravers.com.au if you are interested in buying/selling a site or if you would like to collaborate with any site owned by Occasio Enterprises.

Speaking, training and workshops
Kylie Travers is available for speaking, training and workshops on:
– Marketing on a shoestring budget
– How to use your story to market
– Going from homeless to CEO
– How to turn obstacles into opportunities
– Blogging, social media and marketing

Email admin@kylietravers.com.au with any enquiries or click here to see videos and other content about Kylie speaking.

 

 

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