In traditional folklore there would be a fire, and round that fire people would gather to hear tales of culture and past lives. Within these stories, people found themselves, people found purpose. Stories have been told since time in memorial. Chase Bank values the stories told by those that built the industry and more so the stories told by their clients. The Relationship Bank is all about the stories that are told everyday and the value they add to the services Chase Bank provides.
Chase Stories is dedicated to telling you stories of money and financial management. Telling your story, our story to others, and the world. Investing is difficult and keeping the money you make is hard; Chase Stories will tell you of people who have managed, in this day and age, not only to survive; but to thrive.
Chase Bank wanted these stories on an open platform and that’s when they partnered with Sprout Kenya. As the Relationship Bank, they understand that they must provide value at every point. In order to sustain relationships with their clients, they went the extra mile and pushed the envelope giving clients an opportunity to interact online at their convenience, anytime and all the time. That’s when the blog was born.
Once that was done Chase Bank approached Trevor Kimenye of Sprout to help implement the idea. “Naturally I was excited at the opportunity to do something different. Chase Bank is in many ways a pioneer with initiatives such as Kilele Planet and #ChaseDebate, and we are proud to help them create a platform for real discussion on financial matters affecting the youth, SMEs and the diaspora.” So basically, he was excited.
The rest, as they say, is history.
Welcome to Chase Stories; what’s yours?