JCI Malta 2012 National President Charlotte Gregory (third from left) explaining the plans for 2012 activity to HSBC Malta’s Head of Public Affairs & Corporate Sustainability Josef Camilleri, together with (from left) HSBC Malta’s Public Affairs Manager Astrid Saliba and JCI Malta 2012 Deputy President Jonathan Borg
The HSBC Malta Foundation has strengthened its long-term support for Junior Chamber International (JCI)Maltawith the signing of a new 2-year sponsorship agreement.
“The HSBC Malta’s renewed support will fund two of JCI’s flagship initiatives, the Best Business Plan (BBP) Competition and the Creative Young Entrepreneurs Award (CYEA), said Charlotte Gregory, JCI Malta President.
“HSBC’s financial support and professional assistance helps JCI Malta achieve its objectives and provide upcoming entrepreneurs with the training and expert guidance they required to be competitive,” said Ms Gregory.
The JCI Malta Best Business Plan (BBP) Competition offers participants training and guidance to develop their business ideas into a viable business plan, while JCI’s Creative Young Entrepreneur Award (CYEA) encourages young entrepreneurs to further the boundaries of their skills and creativity through healthy competition.
Josef Camilleri, Malta’s Head of Public Affairs & Corporate Sustainability, said: “HSBC Malta embraces JCI Malta’s efforts as a source of growth and development withinMalta’s business community. Through its initiatives, JCI Malta provides the encouragement and training required to ensure thatMalta’s future entrepreneurs achieve success while also valuing the central importance of social responsibility in today’s businesses practices.”
Leave a comment