E365 Champion.

As an E365 Champion, you’ll receive special corporate recognition, a spot on the E365 “hall of fame” website, bragging rights, and a handsome plaque for your office wall to commemorate your achievement and more. AND, along the way, you will have the opportunity to win thousands of dollars in cash and prizes,too!

The E365 competition is based on Versa Points and is divided into six rounds.

We think E365 is a really fun contest, and it gives you some goals to shoot for during your first year with SFI.

While doing this you accumulate LOTS of Versa Points-points that can put money in your pocket from the Tripleclicks Executive pool.



As a new SFI affiliate, you automatically get entered into E365. Here’s how it works:

E365 is a challenge in which you compete with other SFI affiliates who joined SFI the same day you did. The idea is to outlast them all and on your 365th day in SFI, you will be named the champion of your class-an Entrepreneur champion!


You start this business by doing a 30 days launchpad lesson. That provides you with the information you need to build a fun and profitable SFI business.

And when you complete each lesson you earn 15vp when answering a simple question at the end of the days lesson.

Getting started making money with SFI is as easy as earning points for doing simple free actions. And they are listed on your homepage SFI-To-Do list.

But that’s just the beginning of the opportunities now available to you when you become a SFI afiliiate!












Let’s clear up some confusing language – for our purposes, ‘stocks’, ‘equities’ and ‘shares’ all mean the same thing.

In the movies, stock exchanges are crammed full of men in suits frantically yelling and pointing with phones clamped to their ears.

It’s not quite so exciting these days. The old “floor trading” has long since been replaced by phones and electronic trading in most countries.

But a stock exchange is still a bustling hive of activity – not unlike your local flea market.

The difference is that the traders are mostly buying and selling companies, rather than home-made jam and knock-off sneakers.

New Zealand’s very own stock-exchange, which is called NZX, currently has 163 individual companies ‘listed’ for sale.

It opens for business at 10 in the morning, Monday to Friday, and closes at 5pm.





Have you ever dreamed of owning your own company?

You might struggle to scrape together the casual $2 billion needed to buy Trade Me.

But chances are you’ve got a $5 note and a 20c coin in your piggy bank.

That’s how much it would cost to buy the smallest possible stake in the company-a single ‘share’.

Trade Me is divided into precisely 396,017,568 bits, so even if you bought 400 of them, you’d still only own roughly one-millionth stake in the entire business.

It doesn’t sound like much, but it means you get to have a say in the way the company’s run. More importantly, you also get a cut of the profits.


Love it or hate it, the Government’s garage sale of state-owned assets is making the sharemarket cool and relevant.

More than 77,000 first-time investors have become proud company owners through the partial sale of Mighty River Power this month.

The rest of the state assets are still on the block, and there’s a flurry of other companies coming up for sale soon.

That means now is the perfect time to get up to speed on how this whole sharemarket thing works.