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Scotia Bank continues to observe small business week and the branch in Orange Walk Town today held a seminar with small business owners in the district. Lourdes Gongora, Business Banking Manager says this is their way of giving special attention to small business entrepreneurs.

 

Screen_Shot_2014-02-27_at_7.39.58_PMLourdes Gongora –


“It is important because as we say small business is the engine to the growth of the economy and Scotia Bank has invested much time and effort for catering for this sector of the economy, we are highly interested in creating awareness amongst our business customers in order to continue nurturing that idea or that interest in continuing with the business or even to start a new business.”


Dalila Ical – Reporter


“How exactly is Scotia Bank doing that for this particular week?”


Lourdes Gongora –


“For this particular week we have engage into conducting a seminar which we are carrying out today and the primary focus of our seminar is talking about marketing because marketing is the most vital  role that plays into building up your business and we here at Scotia Bank are interested in working along with our customers to be able to create that awareness for at the end of the day all of us would be happy and will have new businesses growing, establish business doing more business and that is the idea.”


The seminar this evening was held with business owners of different establishments. This is the second year that the bank is highlighting small business and is looking forward to holding the event on an annual basis.

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