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CIMB encourages young generations to become entrepreneurs through AMDB program

14 March 2019 11:30 AM  Company: PT. Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk[BNGA]
Rp. 975  -20 (-2.01%)

PONTIANAK - PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk (BNGA) through Ayo Menabung dan Berbagi (AMDB) program encourages the young generation to pioneer entrepreneurial spirit to prepare a better future.

"In order to grow the seeds of young entrepreneurs, this year the AMDB Program is also coupled with Short Class Entrepreneurs. Through this activity, we provide entrepreneurship training to open the mindset of the young generation to start being interested in becoming entrepreneurs in the fields of interest," said CIMB Niaga Director of Compliance, Corporate Affairs and Legal Fransiska Oei at the Launch of the 2019 AMDB Program in Pontianak (13/3).

In addition to getting short training to become entrepreneurs, the students were also guided to develop a business plan that would be contested at the Junior Entrepreneur Competition at the end of the 2019 AMDB Program. Unlike the activities in high school / vocational school, financial education activities for junior high school students are conducted through an interesting quiz called the Financial Literacy Olympiad which invites students to learn while playing.

The 2019 Short Class Entrepreneur Program will be held in selected high schools / vocational schools in 10 cities. The ten cities are Pontianak, Pekanbaru, Palangkaraya, Kendari, Ambon, Denpasar, Banyuwangi, Semarang, Yogyakarta and Purwakarta. As the first city, the AMDB Program in Pontianak took place simultaneously in three schools, namely St. Peter's Middle School, Santa Maria Vocational School, and Pontianak State High School 3. (LM)

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