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Meghan Markle: 13,000 USD to attend her conference


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Meghan Markle participates in a summit, organized by the American magazine Fortune, on the most powerful women in the business world. To attend the three-day series of conferences, participants must pay $13,000.

That was one of their goals. By freeing themselves from the straitjacket of the British Royal Family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tried to regain their freedom. Freedom of movement, but not only that.

The Sussex have also worked in recent months to gain financial independence. A challenge that is about to be met. Indeed, the signing of their big contract with Netflix (estimated by some sources to be worth 100 million dollars) should ensure their financial sustainability. But this will not be the couple’s only source of income.

Indeed, with their Archewell Foundation, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry want to “create a human technology”, the outlines of which have not yet been revealed. In this context, the Duchess of Sussex has become a person whose word now comes at a high price.

As revealed by Omid Scobie, author of the biography Finding Freedom, the former Suits actress is participating in a virtual summit on the most powerful women in the business world, to be held on September 29th. “She will join the summit for a virtual one-one-one on rebuilding the digital world and creating human technologies,” the journalist revealed.

Fifteen minutes of intervention

This lecture series organized by Fortune magazine invites members, who have paid $13,000 admission, to attend “live and virtual meetings” with the speakers. The event promises a three-day networking opportunity with “the most prominent women in business,” as well as women leaders from foreign governments.

The session with Meghan Markle will last fifteen minutes and will consist of a conversation with Ellen McGirt, editor-in-chief of Fortune. The amount of the talk will be kept secret.

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