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Stanbic announces Izzy as Achiever Campaign Ambassador

Publishing Date : 16 October, 2017

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Stanbic Bank Botswana continues to establish new and fresh relationships. Strengthening an already fruitful relationship, Stanbic Bank Botswana is excited to announce the engagement of Tshepang “Izzy” Motsisi as a brand ambassador for the Bank’s Achiever Campaign.

“Izzy” is a prominent drive time Radio show host, entrepreneur and entertainer. His radio career spans over ten years and he has spearheaded a number of charity events. His personal brand has continued to shine and grow multiple folds in recent times and he will play a role in promoting the Bank’s Achiever campaign.

“Our relationship with Izzy has been long and fruitful one. He has been an immense help in further driving the Bank’s financial literacy agenda.  Having hosted 3 seasons of our financial literacy radio show, we saw it fit to engage him on a formal basis to become the face of our Achiever Campaign. We’ve witnessed him develop an impeccable track record and we believe that he’s an individual that audiences relate to. He has worked hard in building his personal brand and we view him as a role model and an individual with great influence. Further to that, we believe that he’ll be a healthy extension of the Stanbic Bank Botswana brand to Batswana.  Said Head of Personal Markets, Omphemetse Dube.

The Achiever Campaign is part of the Bank’s efforts to assist clients in their growth journeys. Izzy will form an integral part of the Bank’s Achiever campaign, through engagements, broadcast, print and digital campaigns. Said Izzy, “I’m truly honoured and excited to embark on this journey with Stanbic Bank Botswana. I’m a big supporter of Stanbic Bank and what they stand for. It is a great opportunity for me and the Bank to continue moving Batswana forward and I cannot wait to get started.”

“As Stanbic Bank Botswana, we place great importance on building sustainable relationships; and banking is a business that is built on that. The Achiever campaign is yet another step forward towards providing our clients much needed expertise to facilitate their growth and success and Izzy is the right person to help us drive that.” Concluded Dube.



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