We held our very first Breakfast Entrepreneurs Forum at our newly launched SME Biz Hub, located at Landmark Plaza, Hurlingham Branch on 11th August 2015. The idea was borne out of #ChaseStories, where we hosted a Twitter talk show for our clients every 2nd Tuesday of the month. We will now, through this monthly entrepreneur’s forum dubbed #ChaseBizHub, be giving our SME clients and non-clients an opportunity to network with each other and with key decision makers within the bank.
This month, we had invited some of our SME clients in the printing and branding industry. In attendance was: Dhruv Raja from Couture Earth; Dan Nduati of Brand Design and Development; Rita Oyier of Monar Strategic; Jane Wangari of Sign Ultimate and Maureen Kariuki, Universal Signs. From Chase Bank: Senior Manager, Medium & Large Enterprises, Andrew Muriithi; Branch Manager, Jennifer Kiungu; Senior Manager, Small Business & Biz Hubs (Moderator); Head of Chase Woman, Marianne Nyangi.
During the forum, we discussed the issues around entrepreneurship, shared in the personal journeys of the entrepreneurs, the ongoing initiatives available in the bank for entrepreneurs and how they can tap into them. The entrepreneurs also had an opportunity to voice their concerns and express their expectations of the banks services with key decision makers in the bank, making it quite an interactive session.
Video coming soon.
The SME Biz Hubs are designed to enable entrepreneurs to access meeting rooms where they can network with other market players and make presentations to their customers. In addition to that, Chase Bank will provide access to financial and non-financial services such as advisory services from our dedicated Relationship & Portfolio Managers.
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This article originally appeared on Chase Bank’s Chase Stories platform.