Sagicor Bank treats SME Women in Business clients

All Woman

SAGICOR Bank treated four of its SME Business Banking clients to a special thank-you breakfast at the Terra Nova All Suite Hotel in St Andrew recently, as a show of appreciation to the clients for their participation in the bank's recently concluded SME Women in Business campaign.

The clients treated were Joelle Smith, co-founder and managing director, The Hub, Coworking; Lacy Ann Bartley of Bartley's All in Wood; Danielle Terrelonge, managing director, DRT Communications, and Gail Dixon, managing director, Paradigm Capital Limited.

“Our clients mean everything to us, and showing our appreciation to them is at the top of our priority list,” said Daidre Sloley McKay, marketing manager, Sagicor Bank.

“The women's stories made the campaign so refreshing, and their individual journeys were such an inspiration to so many who came across it; the feedback from the campaign has been very positive and welcoming.”

The campaign, which ran over a four-week period, from June 9 to July 10, included newspaper and video features as well as radio and television interviews highlighting a typical day in the lives of the four female entrepreneurs, their challenges, successes and overall lives as women in business.

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