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Millionaire Minds bring millions to Edinburgh’s economy

Edinburgh has been selected as the host city of first ever Millionaire Mind Intensive seminar in Scotland.

Organised by Millionaire Mind Intensive Scotland (MMI Scotland), the three-day event, will take place at the Edinburgh International Convention Centre (EICC) 7-9 November and is expected to attract 2000 delegates from across the UK and further afield to the Scottish Capital. Each hungry to unlock their personal and financial potential and discover the tools to transform themselves into millionaires. 

For Edinburgh’s bars, restaurants, accommodation and transport providers, it’s hoped the financial rewards will have a more immediate impact, with the city’s business tourism arm, Convention Edinburgh, estimating the  Millionaire Mind Intensive Seminar will generate over £1.5 million for the local economy.   

Based on the workings of T. Harv Eker and linked to the likes of Donald Trump and Richard Branson, Millionaire Mind Intensive seminars have grown to become a worldwide phenomenon over the last 20 years.  Over 1,500,000 million people from six continents, 16 countries and 46 cities, have attended the seminars over the last two decades organised by partner.    

Lukasz Loszczyk, founder and CEO of The LTL Enterprise, the company behind MMI Scotland said: “I moved to Edinburgh eight years ago with my family and have never looked back.  It’s an exciting and friendly city that I think captures the positive ‘can do’ ethos behind MMI Scotland.  Our plan is to make it our annual flagship event in Edinburgh.”   

Lesley Williams, head of business tourism at Convention Edinburgh said: “The Millionaire Mind Intensive Seminars are incredibly popular across the world and we’re delighted Edinburgh will be the first host city in the UK outside London. Edinburgh has long history and reputation for innovation and enterprise which I hope will inspire the delegates.”  

EICC Head of Events, Karen Wood said: "Creating a working environment for scientific advancement, political and corporate decision making is what we do and we look forward to the challenge of building the perfect space for making new millionaires."

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