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Chase Bank Sponsors the Entrepreneurs Boot Camp – Cheque Presentation.

15 Dec , 2015  

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“Currently, the biggest problem affecting our youth is unemployment. However, it’s through entrepreneurship that we are able to recognize their untapped potential and invest in them. And when this potential is eventually unlocked, it causes an unwavering ripple effect on our social economic development.” Paul Njaga, CEO, Chase Bank.

As part of our commitment to supporting SMEs, Chase Bank has sponsored this year’s Entrepreneurs Boot Camp as the Platinum Sponsor. We firmly believe in entrepreneurs and the work they put into ensuring that their ideas see the day of light and gradually become successful entrepreneurs. It’s through initiatives like the boot camp that we’re able to reach out to the entrepreneurs, hear their stories and plug into their journey to enable them achieve what matters to them most. Whether it’s through financing, financial advisory, mentorship or capacity building.

For the 2nd year running, the event aims to enhance SMEs through networking, access to business mentors as well as access to possible financiers. The event will take part in Naivasha at the Lake Naivasha Country Club from the 18th to the 20th of December 2015. In attendance will be the CBK Governor Dr. Patrick Njoroge, a team from Facebook Africa as well as notable entrepreneurs from the continent. We look forward to seeing you at the #2015AcceleratorBootCamp.

SME Boot Camp, SME Banking, Entrepreneurs

Paul Njaga, CEO, Chase Bank (left) with Eric Kinoti, Founder & CEO, Shade Systems (right)

SME Boot Camp, SME Banking, Entrepreneurs

Paul Njaga, CEO, Chase Bank hands over the cheque to Eric Kinoti, Founder & CEO, Shade Systems. Looking on are Beth Muthui, AGM Branches and Ciiru Waweru, Founder, Fun Kidz.


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2 Responses

  1. well done chase bank, and congratulations to my friend Eric Kinoti.

  2. well done chase Bank and congratulations to Entrepreneurs boot camp

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