Tickets for 1000 euros? Prince Harry makes appearances at business summits

Financially, Prince Harry (38) has probably not only taken care of himself since the publication of his autobiography “Reserve” (“Spare”). However, the royal remains busy, especially in his role as a businessman. As now from the organizers of a two-day event in San Francisco on March 7th and 8th, 2023, Harry will serve as one of the guest speakers there.

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The event, dubbed “Uplift,” is “an immersive two-day summit where leaders, icons and executives will have the opportunity to learn how to improve performance and help organizations support their most important asset: their people.” According to the British site “Daily Mail”, Prince Harry will give a speech there because of his work as “Chief Impact Officer” at the US company BetterUp, which he has been doing for almost two years – BetterUp is organizing the event.

Expensive pleasure?

In order to be able to attend Harry and the other guest speakers, a not inconsiderable sum is apparently due: According to the “Daily Mail”, an admission ticket costs almost 1000 euros. It is therefore still unclear what exactly Prince Harry will talk about. At the company, he is part of the management team, which, according to its own statement, has made it its task to improve the performance of companies by individually coaching their employees.

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The organizers said: “Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, is a husband, father, human rights activist, military veteran, mental health advocate and environmentalist.”

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