Mt Hagen Show attendees will be offered something different this weekend - banking services from Saturday 19th to Sunday 20th August, 2023 - at the Queens Park Oval as part the BSP Financial Group Limited (BSP)’s support for the event.
“BSP has been a long-time partner of the historical Mt Hagen Show and in demonstrating our commitment to our community in Mt Hagen, the highlands region and PNG as a whole, we are pleased to be part of the 64th show this weekend,” BSP Mt Hagen Branch Manager Theresa Pilamp said.
In presenting a dummy cheque of K20, 000 to the show organisers on Tuesday 15th August 2023, Mrs Pilamp said people and culture plays an integral part in strengthening community and business relationships.
“BSP is a bank that promotes culture, people and small businesses and events that helps promote tourism while encouraging small businesses in the provinces to engage and expose their local products. We acknowledge that Mt Hagen, the Western Highlands Province, and the Highlands region are key contributors to PNG’s economy through the support of informal markets, farmers, fresh produce and SMEs and are happy to support the event,” Mrs Pilamp added.
BSP Mt Hagen Branch Manager Theresa Pilamp (third from right) and her team handover the dummy cheque of BSP’s support to Chairman of the show committee, Pym Mamindi on Tuesday this week.
“As a multicultural financial institution operating in the Pacific and Asia, we ensure the cultures of each country help us develop products and services to suit the banking needs of people. Our team will be at the Mt Hagen Cultural Show to assist with opening of personal accounts, along with registering customers and assisting them adapt to digital banking services.
“We can also assist customers with other services like card replacements and address general enquiries, “the Mt Hagen Branch manager further added.
Apart from supporting such events, BSP has given back to the people of Western Highlands and Jiwaka through Community Projects. BSP has delivered 14 community projects totaling over K335, 000 since 2009 covering education, health, sports, and the environment.
BSP is committed to serving the people of Western Highlands Province and look forward to working with the Mt Hagen Show Committee to deliver another successful show.
Pym Mamindi, Chairman of the show committee, thanked BSP for its continued support to the show. Up to 100 tribes are expected at the show this weekend to display their cultural traditions through their costumes, dancing and sing-sings.