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BSP continues to support POM City Markets

Monday, February 12, 2024

Small businesses are an integral part of local economies and communities. While the thriving informal markets is essential for economic growth, they remain the largest underserved market most times.

BSP Financial Group Limited in its drive to continue to support small businesses presented K10, 000 to the POM City Market on Saturday 10th February, 2024.

POM City Market is resource hub that provides free business, finance, marketing and public relations advice from professional consultants. BSP is among other corporate organisation that has supported the resource hub and market since 2021.

BSP Retail Branch Network National Sales Manager Samuel Mulina when presenting the cheque said,” BSP is pleased to be supporting the monthly POM City Markets by offering BSP’s banking services to help SMEs grow their businesses. The BSP branch team in NCD will also be there on each monthly event to assist customers with Personal Account queries on BSP’s products and services and provide SMEs with financial advice.”

BSP Retail Branch Network National Sales Manager Samuel Mulina signs the dummy cheque as POM City Markets Manager Marie Mapai looks on.

“Our Branchless Banking Officers from each branch in NCD will be there to assist personal customers with Account queries on BSP’s products and services as well as provide financial advice to individuals and SMEs.”

“Supporting such SMEs not only help to boost economy but also pave the way to explore digital innovation opportunities and business growth. We encourage customers’ especially small businesses to visit our booth to Open Business Accounts and register for our Digital Banking services including our merchant services offering including EFTPoS and Agent Banking services,” said Mulina.

Mr Mulina added that: “One of our obligations as the leading financial institution is to provide financial literacy trainings in our chosen markets and the SME segment is no exception.”

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are considered fundamental for economic growth and BSP believes that financial inclusion can unlock considerable economic potential of small businesses, and benefit the people by integrating access to banking services through  BSP’s support for such SMEs.

Team from the branches in NCD assisting customers open Personal Accounts, Register for Internet Banking or Mobile Banking at the monthly markets.