Societe Generale Ghana Bank celebrated Africa Union (AU) Day with a colourful display of Traditional Wear adorned by its Staff on Thursday 24th May 2018 throughout its network across the country.
Even though the actual AU Day fell on Friday that followed, the Staff would not be left out of the festivities.
The Bank celebrated the day in solidarity with African Unity and Cultural Diversity. Staff dressed in various traditional attire, took pictures and then posted them on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtags; #SGGhanaAUDay #Committed #Innovator #Teamplayer.
Staff competed with each other to see who got the most likes and shares on Social Media (Facebook and Twitter), and these winners were given various prizes from the Bank. This created a huge buzz on Social Media with other individuals and institutions joining in the spree.
The top prize went to a member of the Bank’s Direct Sales Team under Retail Banking for the most liked and shared Individual shot, and the best Group shot went to a combination of the Audit and Organisation & Project Teams.
The best Individual shot got a two night stay at the plush Royal Senchi Hotel in Akosombo and the Group got vouchers to shop at a super store.
The Bank has had a series of exciting Social Media competitions for Staff and Customers alike with the most notable being the Val’s Day competition held in February this year.
Societe Generale Ghana
Societe Generale Ghana is one of the leading banks in Ghana with 42-networked branches across the country. The Bank currently has one of the lowest loan rates in the industry and is one of the highest stock market prices on the Ghana Stock Exchange in the first Quarter of 2018.
The Bank provides Retail and Corporate clients with dedicated innovative products and services aimed at satisfying and anticipating customers’ needs.
The Bank is recognized for supporting individuals and businesses of various sizes and backgrounds to achieve their full potential. The Bank is the foremost innovator in the Banking industry spearheading key reforms such as Doorstep Banking, Factoring, Cash Management, Foreign Exchange and Commodity Hedging, Consumer Credit Loan, and Bill Payment to meet its customers’ needs.
Source: Societe Generale Ghana