The Mantaro Way: A Short Story

The below started out as a blog post to explain the name ‘Mantaro Money’.

The graphics I made for the post reminded me of a children’s book, so I developed the concept.

I hope you enjoy this style of storytelling, it was enjoyable to make and conveys the message as simply as possible.

The story is also available as a video on Instagram, narrated by my friend, Christian H Miles.

Thanks for reading!

Tom Redmayne

Financial Planner-in-waiting

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