Burgan Bank picks 'Youth' role models
Kuwait , June 19, 2012
Burgan Bank, the youngest commercial bank in Kuwait, has reached out to four of the country’s talented youth role models to endorse its newly-launched 'Youth Account.'
The selection criteria for the talented role models - Hawraa Al-Qallaf, Mohammed Al- Soudan, Fatima Al-Othman and Yousef Al-Qanai - was based on vision and perseverance, said a statement from Burgan Bank.
Hawraa is a young talented inventor whose invention helped the hearing-impaired parents to understand their child.
Mohammad is an engineer and partner in Humbah, the first Kuwaiti-owned portable fast food concept; Fatima is the creative director and owner of F2o Designs; and Yousef is the athlete/ultra runner and founder of Aymstrong Event Management company.
When asked about his message to youth, Mohammed said “After setting up the first Kuwaiti-owned portable fast food concept, I believe anything is possible; you just have to give it your best.”
“Dare to be different, Do what you love and love what you do” was the message from creative director Fatima, while athelete Yousef said, “Believe in yourself, work hard and be determined then you will realize your goals.”
Burgan Bank’s Youth Account was created with the target of young adults between the ages of 15 and 25 who wish to attain a successful future, said the statement.
With its new dynamic logo and visionary youth perspective, the 'Youth Account' caters to the young people in Kuwait by empowering talented youth with inspiration and creative ideas, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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