How to Get Your Dream Company Off the Ground
At just 26 years old, with the economy in shambles, Alexa dropped out of Harvard Business School to pursue her dream of starting a company. Over the past few years, she has raised $25 million in funding for LearnVest and won numerous accolades (including "One of the Coolest Young Entrepreneurs" in Inc. Magazine's 30 Under 30 feature). Alexa shares the expertise she's gained along the way, outlining how to raise capital, know your user, spend $0 on marketing, identify your success metrics, and more.
Six Money Mantras to Live By
Alexa walks through her six money mantras, the perfect foundation for getting your financial life in order. Her money mantras cover everything from creative tips for organizing your finances to managing debt to reaching retirement goals. As a renowned personal finance expert, this talk integrates Alexa's favorite tips that are relevant to a wide range of audiences.
The Only Budget You'll Ever Need
Alexa presents her essential budgeting principles, revealing the ins and outs of the 50-20-30 method. For each budgeting category: Essential Expenses, Financial Priorities and Lifestyle Choices, she shares insider tips for cutting your costs and living your richest life - no matter your income.
Alexa von Tobel shares her vast business knowledge as one of Inc. Magazine’s Entrepreneurs in Residence
As a serial entrepreneur, CEO, founder, and bestselling business author, ALEXA VON TOBEL discusses her knowledge as an entrepreneur in residence for Inc. Magazine. She shares about everything from nuts and bolts of operations and marketing to high-level gut checks, going off of her vast experience as the founder and CEO of LearnVest.com and founder and managing partner of Inspired Capital.
She frequently writes articles for Inc. that cover many topics, such as raising money as a founder, stories of successful businesses, new industries, keys to success, and more. Each of her talks are as detailed and knowledgeable as her articles, which are chock full of digestible tips and ideas to improve your business. She also hosts The Inc. Founders Project Podcast, which features successful founders and entrepreneurs who are changing the business world and creating our future. Alexa and her guests are both open and real, sharing what it takes to be at the forefront of technology and business innovation. Her podcast displays her ability to give keynotes about what it takes to think and perform like a successful entrepreneur, but also her ability to moderate and host a conversation. To see an example of her discussions, look no further than this clip, where she talks about why a recession is a great time to start a business. Watch her speak for Inc. here > >
Serial entrepreneur and Inc. podcast host Alexa von Tobel was recently profiled in People Magazine for her quest to bring the tools and opportunity for financial security to everyone
Serial entrepreneur ALEXA VON TOBEL was recently profiled in the People Magazine article Meet the Mom Who Wants to Diversify the Startup World, in which she gives financial advice to busy parents. Alexa knows all about that - she sold her company LearnVest for $300 million the same week her son was born, and so this mom of three knows how to make financial advice that works for everyone, not a luxury product only for people with a lot of money or time. Alexa has built her businesses around her belief that everyone should be included in the opportunity and equipped with the tools to make good investments. Alexa offers both.
Alexa hosts The Inc. Founders Project podcast which shares the stories of the entrepreneurs building our future. Alexa and her guests share tales of guts, inspiration, and drive behind the people and companies at the forefront of technology. The conversations dig into each founder's professional playbook — and starts to uncover what makes them tick as people.
Virtual Programming: Alexa von Tobel provides actionable advice on entrepreneurship, business innovation, and financial planning
Renowned entrepreneur and bestselling author ALEXA VON TOBEL provides actionable and empowering advice on business innovation amid challenging times, how to think like an entrepreneur, and smart personal financial planning in the digital age. She's been sought-out for a virtual moderated conversation on "How to manage your money in 2020" and a virtual live Q+A on everything fintech, penned an article for Inc. on connecting with customers amid the coronavirus entitled "What I learned from being a 'recession entrepreneur,'" and another on "How to execute a successful PR campaign."
Von Tobel dropped out of business school and started LearnVest-- a financial planning firm that redefined the American approach to personal finance-- in 2008, just as Lehman Brothers crashed. After raising nearly $75 million in capitol, the firm was acquired by Northwestern Mutual in one of the biggest fintech acquisitions of the decade. Currently a Founder and Managing Partner at Inspired Capital, a woman-led early-stage venture firm, von Tobel is bucking the status quo to partner with forward-looking, effective, socially responsible entrepreneurs who will shape the future. Her New York Times bestselling books are Financially Fearless and Financially Forward, and she is the host of Inc.'s Founders Project Podcast, in which she shares the stories of the entrepreneurs building our future, and what it takes to think and perform like a successful entrepreneur.
Alexa von Tobel, CFP is founder and managing partner of Inspired Capital and the New York Times bestselling author of Financially Fearless and Financially Forward.
Prior to Inspired Capital, Alexa founded LearnVest with the goal of helping people make progress on their money. After raising nearly $75 million in venture capital, LearnVest was acquired by Northwestern Mutual in one of the biggest fintech acquisitions of the decade. Following the acquisition, Alexa joined the management team of Northwestern Mutual as the company’s first-ever Chief Digital Officer, overseeing digital strategy. She later assumed the role of Chief Innovation Officer through which she oversaw Northwestern Mutual’s venture arm.
Alexa has appeared on the cover of Forbes Magazine, been interviewed on NPR’s "How I Built This" and been featured in a wide variety of publications from The New York Times to Vogue. She is a member of the 2016 Class of Henry Crown Fellows and an inaugural member of President Obama’s Ambassadors for Global Entrepreneurship. Alexa has been honored with numerous recognitions including: Fortune ’s "40 Under 40", Fortune 's "Most Powerful Women," Forbes ’ "30 Under 30", Inc. Magazine 's "30 Under 30" and World Economic Forum's Young Global Leader.
Originally from Florida, Alexa attended Harvard College and Harvard Business School before settling in New York City where she currently resides with her husband, Cliff Ryan, and their three children.